Touro Law Center's Second Annual National Moot Court Competition in Law & Religion

Thursday, March 26- Friday, March 27, 2015

Early Bird Registration:
September 1, 2014 - October 31, 2014
First team: $300
Second team: $150 
Regular Registration Period:
November 3, 2014 - January 9, 2015
First team: $350
Second team: $200 
Problem Release Date:
January 26, 2015 
Brief Due:
March 6, 2015
Touro Law Center is located in Central Islip, New York, about one hour from New York City and the metropolitan airports. The preliminary rounds of the competition will take place at the law school, and the semi-final and final rounds will take place at the Alfonse D'Amato Federal Courthouse, located directly across the street from Touro. Awards will be presented to individuals and teams for first and second place, for top three best briefs, and top six best oralists. Accommodations will be available within walking distance of the law school and the courthouse. 
Law schools interested in participating should contact Jason Prince, Moot Court Editor-in-Chief, at or call (631) 761-7063. 
This yea'r s finals bench includes:
Hon. Kenneth Starr
President and Chancellor of Baylor University, former United States Solicitor General, former Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit 
Hon. Harris L Hartz
Judge, United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
Hon. Loretta Preska
Chief Judge of the U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
Touro Law Center held its first annual national moot court competition in Law & Religion on April 10-11, 2014.  
Teams that Competed:
Emory University Law School (2 teams)
New York Law School (2 Teams)
Liberty University School of Law (2 Teams)
Brooklyn Law School
Michigan State University College of Law
University of Richmond School of Law
St. John's Law School
Hofstra Law School
Widener University School of Law
Trinity Law School
Regent University School of Law

First Place: Emory University School of Law
Second Place: Regent University School of Law
Best Oralist: Kellisia Hazelwood (Regent University School of Law)
Best Brief: New York Law School