Students selected to participate on the Moot Court Board
have the unique opportunity to showcase their talents in front of practicing attorneys and esteemed judges while experiencing the thrills of competing locally and traveling the country to represent Touro Law Center on the national stage. Drawing on classroom experiences and course work, students undertake all aspects of an appeal, writing briefs and presenting appellate arguments as part of the only credit-bearing Honor Society designed to enrich the researching, writing, and oral advocacy skills of its members. The experience gained as a Moot Court advocate helps to improve performance throughout law school and provide the polish and confidence that will distinguish students in the eyes of prospective employers. Appointment to the Board is highly competitive and is only open to second year full-time and second year part-time students.