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    Students learn to solve clients’ problems by using effective research techniques, in-depth legal analysis, and clear and concise written and oral communication beginning with their first year legal writing classes.
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    Clinics offer students opportunities ranging from Supreme Court appeals to criminal defense work.

Moot Court Board

The Moot Court Board serves as the principal advocacy organization in the Law School. Its purpose is to develop advocacy skills and prepare student members to compete in selected moot court and oral advocacy competitions across the country and internationally. The Moot Court Board is run entirely by students; members are selected annually through a selection competition held at the start of the fall semester.

The Moot Court Board may be contacted via e-mail.


Transfer students are eligible for membership in the Moot Court Board.  For more information, transfer students should review the information about the Selection Competition, and request a copy of the Transfer Student Instructions for the Selection Competition from the Admissions Office.

Students interested in participating in competitions outside those approved by the Moot Court Board or as one of the National Mock Trial Competitions, should review the relevant policy.