Moot Court Program

The College of Law offers a variety of opportunities to develop students’ advocacy skills throughout their law school experience, and the Moot Court Program is an important part of this legal training.

The student-run Moot Court Honor Society (MCHS) supports a number of intra-collegiate and inter-collegiate competitions.

These competitions enable the College to teach advocacy skills through mock appellate, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and trial experiences. Beginning in a student’s second semester, law students may participate in intra-school competitions hosted by MCHS, then second and third year law students may try out to represent their College at inter-collegiate competitions.

6th Annual Bond Schoeneck & King ADR Competition 2017 Moot Court Alternative Dispute Resolution Final
2017 Bond Schoeneck & King ADR Competition Final