The Moot Court Program represents Arizona Summit Law School’s highest level of written and oral advocacy and provides students with opportunities to practice critical-thinking, persuasive-writing and oral-advocacy skills.
Moot Court is an organization where students receive a simulated case that is being appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court. It works by allowing each student the opportunity to prepare appellate-level briefs and present oral arguments on each side of the issue — forcing the utilization of analytical skills and critical thinking in an oral-argument setting.
Per the Student Handbook, each student must complete 45 hours of work per credit received. Moot Court typically accepts applications at the end of the fall and spring terms.
For more information about Moot Court, including specific application times and details, please contact us at email@example.com.