The semi-finals took place at 10.00am on 11 June 2021. They were between BPP London v King’s College London and University of Oxford v University of Salford. The judges, Sir Bernard Eder, Louise Hutton QC, Eric Baskind and Richard Ridyard declared King’s College and Salford the winners. The finalists went head-to-head in the grand final at 6.00pm which was judged by the former Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, The Rt. Hon. Lord Thomas of Cwmgiedd, The Rt. Hon. Lady Justice Geraldine Andrews and The Hon. Mrs Justice Sara Cockerill. The mooters from King’s College London were declared the winners. As well as having their names engraved on the Silver Mace, the winners will be awarded a prize of £1,000 each, whilst KCL also receive a donation of £1,000. The members of the running-up team will receive £750 each, and University of Salford will receive £500. All four finalists will be offered a mini-pupillage at Essex Court Chambers. The winners of the ESU-Essex Court Chambers Mooting Competition will represent the UK in the Commonwealth Mooting Competition during the years in which the Commonwealth Moot takes place. This completes another successful year for the Competition, now in its 49th year.