62nd Annual National Moot Court Competition
Every year since 1950, the prestigious National Moot Court Competition has been attended by the top talent from our nation’s law schools.
These participants argue their assigned case before a panel of legal professionals, who evaluate participants based upon their written briefs and oral arguments. This competition allows students from more than 180 accredited law schools across the country to develop their legal oral argument skills before entering the challenging field of law.
The 62nd Annual Moot Court Competition presented two issues not yet decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
The first issue implicates the First Amendment and considers the extent to which a public school may punish a student for internet speech that takes place outside of the school. The second issue is an e-discovery issue and considers whether a court can give an adverse inference based on negligent spoliation of evidence.
Available on HeinOnline!
William S. Hein & Co., Inc. is pleased to offer access to the winning records, briefs, and related organizational materials from the 1st-62nd annual Moot Court Competition at affordable subscription rates. Included is access to the winning briefs and records from this year’s competition!
The National Moot Court Competition can be found here.