Moot Court Board

What is Moot Court?

 Moot Court is appellate-level oral advocacy, where competitors argue in front of mock judges of the Court of Appeals. While presenting an argument in a courtroom setting, the judges ask questions to test the competitors' knowledge of the laws and facts of the case, as well as their persuasiveness and professionalism. Unlike Mock Trial, Moot Court has no jurors or witnesses—just you, the judges, and the law!

The Moot Court Board . . .

Ø Holds the Melissa Mitchell Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition every term

Ø Serves the American Cancer Society by raising money and participating in the Relay For Life every Trinity term

Ø Volunteers with the Michigan Youth In Government program by coaching and judging Middle School and High School students in a mock trial setting every Michaelmas term and Hilary term

Ø Hosts social events to strengthen the bond between members

. . . and much, much more! 


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Rachel J Miller,
Jun 25, 2014, 8:56 PM