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Moot Court is an opportunity for law students to develop the oral and written advocacy skills learned in the classroom and put them in action towards a "simulated" trial or advocacy environment. Judges and jurors for the competitions are often practitioners and sitting judges. Many times, law students work with junior high and high school students in their mock trial/moot court activities.
Depending on their extracurricular commitments, most students find time for at least one Moot Court competition per semester. Law students in their third year can apply to be in the Order of Barristers, a national advocacy honor society.
Moot Court opportunities and benefits include: