LAW - 899D Competition: Children and Family Law
Students compete in one of three national moot court competitions in family law, providing them with an one-of-a-kind opportunity to develop and refine their advocacy skills through briefing and presenting oral arguments related to case scenarios involving timely, complex, and challenging issues. A team of two or three students will prepare and submit an appellate brief representing one side, and present oral arguments representing both sides. Competitions may include the National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare & Adoption Law, the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition, and the National Juvenile Law Moot Court Competition. Enrollment in this course is limited to members of the Moot Court Board. Students may not enroll without explicit permission.
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