National Moot Court Competition

About the Competition:

The New York City Bar and the American College of Trial Lawyers have sponsored a National Moot Court Competition since 1950. Every year, over 150 law schools compete in the regional rounds throughout the country. The top two teams from each region advance to compete in the final rounds held at the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. The University of Washington School of Law typically sends two three-person teams to compete at the Northwestern Regional Rounds each year. 

The National Moot Court Competition is the oldest and largest moot court competition in the United States. The University of Washington School of Law has a history of strong performance in this competition, including a National Championship in 2006–07.


2015–2016 Members:


Tomer Vandsburger (3L)

Courtney Schirr (3L)

Spencer Gall (3L)

Taylor Sproed (3L)

Eric Franz (2L)

Valerie Walker (2L)

How to Join the Team:

Tryouts for new members will take place in May 2016, shortly after the HCMP 1L Appellate Advocacy Competition.

For More Information:

Contact Tomer Vandsburger (tomerv@uw.edu) or Courtney Schirr (cschirr@uw.edu) for questions about the team.


2014–2015 Members:


Mallory Gitt (3L)

Mo Johnston (3L)
Kellen Ruwe (3L)
Kelsey Martin (3L)
Courtney Schirr (2L)
Tomer Vandsburger (2L)