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Ohio Northern University Moot Court
The Moot Court Program at Ohio Northern University is the exclusive program for student participation in appellate advocacy and trial advocacy competitions. The organization is composed of an Executive Board and the Moot Court Honor Board. The Executive Board, under the supervision of a faculty advisor, administers the Moot Court Program. The Moot Court Honor Board consists of students who have participated on a regional or national team, as well as the top competitors from the three Ohio Northern University intra-school oral advocacy competitions. The Moot Court Program is funded by Ohio Northern University.
The Moot Court Program provides law students with an opportunity to develop and hone their oral advocacy, trial, and brief writing skills. This is accomplished through participation in prominent appellate and trial advocacy competitions. Team members have the opportunity to compete at both the regional and national levels. The Moot Court Program enjoys an outstanding reputation nationally and participate in some of the most prestigious moot court competitions in the United States.
The primary purpose of the Moot Court program is to provide an opportunity for law students to improve oral advocacy and brief writing skills through participation in appellate and trial advocacy competitions.
We are looking forward to the upcoming Moot Court season and we wish you all the best in your preparation and tryouts.
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