Moot Court Board


The New York University Moot Court Board is a student-run, honorary organization that combines legal scholarship with oral advocacy. Staff Members are selected from the first-year class on the basis of a brief-writing competition held in early spring. Each year, between 30 and 35 students out of approximately 150 applicants are offered positions on the Board. As second-years, Moot Court Board Staff Members, under the guidance of third-year Editors, choose to join either the NYU Law Moot Court Casebook Division or the NYU Law Moot Court Competitions Division. In addition, the NYU Moot Court Board administers the annual Orison S. Marden Competition, one of the country's best-known intra-school moot court competitions.

For more information about the Moot Court Board and its activities, please visit the About Us section.

 

 

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