Four Institutes

Four Institutes Moot 2024

The Four Institutes Moot is using Casedo as its platform for the finals for the current academic year.

Why Casedo for mooting?

Casedo is a simple workspace that brings together all your documents, so you can easily switch between them, highlight vital information, make notes and create links between files, all on one platform. It’s ideal for mooting in two ways.

1. Build your argument by bringing together all the research, law and documents pertinent to the case into a single workspace.

2. As you build your argument you will create a moot-ready bundle, organised in a way that suits you.

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“Casedo is very intuitive and saves a vast amount of time.”

Christian Fox, Barrister, Becket Chambers

Webinar Recording Available

If you want to see how Casedo can be used for mooting, watch this webinar run by UCL for their mooting competitions.

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Step 1

Register for the Mooting Competitions

Before you can get started with using Casedo for the Mooting competition, make sure you are registered for the Four Institutes Moot

Step 2

Get your Casedo License

ONCE YOU HAVE REGISTERED FOR THE MOOT, click on the button to get a Casedo Moot Student License. You should have been given a Discount Code by the Four Institutes organisers. You’ll need the code to get the license. If you haven’t got the code, contact the moot organiser to get one.

When you click ‘Get License’ you’ll be taken, in a new tab, the URL will begin Follow the instructions on the page that opens. Or, if you want to know how to do it before you sign up, first take a look at the instructions here. You’ll be sent a receipt which includes the Subscription Key to allow you to access Casedo. After you have completed this step, come back to this page and continue to Step 3.

Step 3

Download & Install Casedo

For speed and security Casedo is locally installed and works effortlessly on PC or Mac. Download and Install your preferred version by following this link and have your Subscription Key handy the first time you run the application.

Step 4

Put together your bundle

Casedo stores everything in casefiles. It’s a very flexible piece of software that allows you to put together your documents in a way that you see fit. Check out the videos and articles in the menu item What is Casedo? above.

The FIM organisers have also put together a model example that you can download in Step 6.

Step 5

Here's an example for you

FIM has put together an example casefile of how they think your 1st submission might look.

Download it to see how to put together a coherent and dynamic submission casefile.

Step 6

Build your argument

Time now to bring everything you need together into Casedo. Drag and drop in Word and PDF files and organise them in folders and subfolders. You can reorganise them as often as you want before submission. Highlight, bookmark and comment on the relevant sections and build links between documents for simple navigation during the moot itself. Paginate with inserts, add a Table of Contents with a single click.Want to be able to see all your annotations in a single place? Just toggle to view them in the Table of Contents.

We’ve created a step-by-step work through – How to create a moot bundle, do take a look at it. Otherwise check out our Learn Videos and all the articles in our Support section. If you need any assistance with Casedo, just email us at

Step 7

Submit your Casefile

Now you’ve built your argument in Casedo and added your skeleton, upload the file here. Make sure that your Casefile is paginated correctly and remember don’t add or remove documents to your copy of the Casefile once it has been submitted, otherwise you risk having a bundle paginated differently from the judge’s copy. If your casefile is annotated for your eyes only, you can save your casefile without annotations and share that. To do that you’ll need to Save a Clean Casefile.

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