Annually in February Award Date: For this reason, activities like competitions are essential in preparing students for experiences found in the real-world setting.
Sievers, a graduate of the School of Law, is awarded annually to a graduating law student who writes and submits the best paper on a topic concerning constitutional rights, civil rights, advancement of the democratic way of life, or promotion and encouragement of better group relations.
Supreme Court, the U. In Moot Court I, students are assigned a team, and with the assistance of Moot Court student judges, must research and prepare an appellate brief as well as present oral arguments. The final arguments are held before a large audience at the School of Law and are judged by visiting justices and judges from the U.
FDMCC provides competitors with the opportunity to argue issues that are at the forefront of debate in the legal profession. In both competitions, students are required to write a brief and argue a hypothetical case pertaining to patent or trademark law, as if they were arguing in front of a federal appellate court.
The winning teams from those competitions may then proceed to a national competition. The winning team from the Midwest Regional Competition then proceeds to the international round, pitting them against the winners from the other eleven U.
Sievers Writing Award Submission Deadline: The student judges, a group of third-year students previously a part of the program, work in tandem with the Director of Legal Research and Writing Chris Rollins, to review the student teams as they engage in competition. Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition Law students participate in two intellectual property moot court competitions: Inone of the two SLU teams won the national competition.
A cash prize made possible by Samuel I. The winner is selected by a faculty committee. Jessup Moot Court Competition In this competition, students are required to write a brief and argue a hypothetical case pertaining to international law as if arguing in front of the International Court of Justice in the Hague, Netherlands.
In addition, the two SLU teams won first and second place in the best brief category.
Participants in Moot Court II engage in quarter-final, semi-final and final rounds of arguments. National Health Law Moot Court Competition The competition allows students to write an appellate brief on a developing area of health law and policy, then argue both sides of the appeal before faculty and law trained administrators, distinguished alumni and, eventually, at the national competition.In addition to the many writing competitions, moot court competitions and skills competitions, law students can submit papers for publishing in national and international law review journals, conferences and various writing awards.
Moot Court> Team Championships; Appellate Lawyers Association National Moot Court Competition. NovemberChicago Catie Messingerr and Keriann Smith (Champions and Best Brief) Kaufmann Securities Law Moot Court Competition. AprilNew York, New York Harrison DuBosar and William Homer (Best Brief).
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14–15, The final round was judged by Justice William Holdridge of the Appellate Court, Third District; Judge Robert Dow of the U.S. District Court; and Justice Susan Hutchinson of the Appellate Court, Second District.
3 Samuel Polsky Moot Court Selection Competition Schedule August 23, Polsky problem released September 6, Briefs must be submitted to the Moot Court Honor Society between A.M.