LAW - 899X Competition: National Moot Court
The National Moot Court Competition, co-sponsored by the New York City Bar and the American College of Trial Lawyers, is a long-standing appellate moot court competition which emphasizes the development of appellate brief writing and oral advocacy skills through an interscholastic appellate advocacy experience. Competitors research and write an appellate brief on a matter of national significance in a hypothetical appeal, followed by oral argument before a mock court. This competition is held between September and January each year. Enrollment in this course is limited to members of the Moot Court Board. Students may not enroll without explicit permission.
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