Moot Court

The Moot Court program is a student-run organization that coordinates intermural and intercollegiate competitions in appellate and international divisions.

Established in 1950, the Moot Court program provides an opportunity for students to develop their appellate advocacy skills. The program is administered by the Moot Court Board (a group of students selected to represent Notre Dame Law School in competitions) and guided by a faculty advisor. Read more about the board here.


Third Annual Notre Dame National Appellate Advocacy Tournament

 

Religious Freedom Awards

The Notre Dame Law School’s Moot Court Board is pleased to announce that the Notre Dame National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom will return to Notre Dame from November 16–17, 2018.

Registration for the 2018 National Appellate Advocacy Tournament for Religious Freedom is open

Final Rules and Schedule 2018 Case Problem

The Tournament will bring together competitors, scholars, and practitioners in the field of religious freedom from across the country for a dialogue on a Religious Freedom topic.

The Board intends that this Tournament will encourage legal thought and practice in the realm of religious freedom, confirm our University’s commitment to academics in a community of faith, and welcome our peers and future colleagues in a way that embodies the spirit of Notre Dame.

Please contact ndlsmootcourtboard@gmail.com with questions regarding registration or Tournament details.