Students from Strathclyde University's Law School will be representing Europe in the final of a worldwide mooting competition. They secured their place after winning the European Regional Rounds in Athens.
The Strathclyde team will be competing against opponents representing North America and Asia/ Pacific at the final in Daejeon, South Korea, in October.
The team- Emma Boffey, Stephen Donnelly, Laura McKenzie and coach Aimée Asante- argued their case in the competition, which revolves around the theme of space law, governing the use of spacecraft and satellites.
Earlier this year Emma Boffey, partnered Joshua Barton to victory in the Sir Alexander Stone Mooting Competition, while Claire Perrie and Alison Fotheringham won the UK Environmental Law Association junior mooting competition.
The Head of the Law School, Professor Mark Poustie, said: "This is an excellent conclusion to a highly successful year in mooting for the Law School. I am very proud that our team has won this competition and will be representing Europe in the World Finals later this year."