Moot Court teams

1. Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition
Four to six students will be chosen to represent the school at this national competition in Brooklyn, New York.

2. National Moot Court Competition in Child Welfare and Adoption Law
Four students will be selected to represent the school at this national competition at Capital University in Columbus.  Akron won the competition in 2010 and an Akron advocate won the award for best oralist.

3. Giles Sutherland Rich Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition
Four students will be selected to two teams to compete in the Giles Sutherland Rich Competition. This competition requires each team to draft two briefs and usually involves a technical area of intellectual property law. In order to compete on this team, you must have a technical background and have some intellectual property class or work experience.

4. Saul Lefkowitz Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition
Four students will be selected to two teams to compete in this intellectual property competition. The Lefkowitz competition involves a non-technical issue in intellectual property law, such as copyright, trademark, or tradename. In order to compete on this team, you must be enrolled in or have completed at least one intellectual property class.

5. National Moot Court Competition
Six students will be selected to two teams to compete in the National Moot Court Competition. This competition is held in the fall and is sponsored by the New York City Bar Association and the American College of Trial Lawyers.