Moot Court Team organizes and oversees more than 20 moot court competitions each year. The moot court method of teaching requires students to prepare and argue both sides of a hypothetical legal issue in front of a panel of judges. The judges fire questions at the students to test their ability to respond under pressure and maintain their position in both law and fact.
Brandeis Law remains very proud of its excellent moot court teams and looks forward to continuing their success for years to come. Your funding helps cover competition travel costs as well as networking events.
We invite you to support our Moot Court teams during UofL's Day of Giving. Each donation will be used wisely and provide our students this important experience.
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