The 2014 World Finals were held at the Ministry of the Attorney General, Ontario Court of Law, Old City Hall, Toronto, Canada on 3 October 2014. Total participating universities numbered 61 in the four regions.
The 2014 problem was the Case Concerning Satellite Electromagnetic Interference (Akera v. Mheni) authored by Mahulena Hofmann (Czech Rep.), assisted by James Rendleman (US).
|2014 Lachs Moot problem|
|Winner, Lee Love Award||National Law University (Delhi), Delhi, India|
|Runner-Up||Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida, USA|
|Semi-Finalists||Obafemi Awolowo University, City of Ile-Ife, Nigeria
University of Paris Sud, Paris, France
|Best Memorials, Eilene Galloway Award||Florida State University College of Law, Tallahassee, Florida, USA|
|Best Oralist, Sterns and Tennen Award||Mr Linesh Lalwani|
|Semi-Final Judges||Orals: Joanne Gabrynowicz (US), Stephan Hobe (Germany), Mahulena Hofmann (Czech Rep.), LI Shouping (China), K.R. Sridhara Murthi (India), Phetole Skhula (South Africa)
Memorials: Setsuko Aoki (Japan), Elisabeth Back-Impalomeni (Italy), Maury Mechanick (US), Vernon Nase (Australia), James Rendleman (US), Fabio Tronchetti (Italy).