|Course||Moot Court Board - Law 661B|
|Instructor||Susan Salmon View Faculty Page|
|Units||2 - Pass/Fail|
Advanced Legal Writing
Moot Court Board members serve as teaching assistants for the Advanced Appellate Practice/2L Moot Court course. Responsibilities include:
One Board member will serve as Board president.
Board members are generally selected from the top students in the previous year's Advanced Appellate Advocacy course.
Board members attend one two-hour class each week during the first two months of the semester. Board members also must serve as bailiffs for one or more oral arguments each semester; oral arguments generally take place the last week of March and the first week of April. In addition, Board members have significant responsibilities outside of class, including but not limited to meeting with students, coaching oral argument practices, and scoring competition briefs.
|Type of Exam|
|Basis for grading||
Satisfactory participation in course and competition, serving as bailiff for one or more oral argument rounds, scoring briefs.