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Moot Court 2014

Moot Court Board

The Moot Court Board provides an opportunity to sharpen both written and oral advocacy skills through participation in competitions before hypothetical appellate courts at competitions across the country.  Our students have performed extremely well in competition.

Past Competition Highlights

Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition 

  • 2015: Semi-Finalists and winners of Fourth-Best Brief in the Mid-Atlantic Super-Region
  • 2014: First-Place Oralist in the Mid-Atlantic Super-Region
  • 2013: Second-Place Oralist in the Mid-Atlantic Super-Region        
  • 2012: Champions in the Mid-Atlantic Super-Region

Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition

  • 2013: Champions, Best Appellee Brief, Best Appellant Brief Authors, Northeast Super-Region
  • 2012: Champions and Best Appellee Brief in the Southern Super-Region
  • 2011: Best Oral Advocates, Best Combined Brief Score, Best Appellee Brief in Midwestern Super-Region

International Trademark Association Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition

  • 2015: Semi-Finalists in the Northeast Region

Thurgood Marshall Federal Bar Association Moot Court Competition 

  • 2014: Second Place Brief
  • 2012: First Place Brief
  • 2009: Champions

ABA Appellate Advocacy Competition

  • 2015: Regional Semi-Finalists

National Security Law Moot Court Competition

  • 2015: Best Oral Advocate and Best Overall Advocate

Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition 

  • 2014: Second-Place Oralist

Compete and Earn Credit

Law students not only polish their advocacy skills through Moot Court but can also earn academic credit.

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