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410B Appellate Advocacy II (Moot Court) (2)

This course is a continuation of Course 410A. Focuses on the development of effective appellate brief writing skills and the refinement of oral advocacy skills.Participants research and write two appellate briefs and argue the cases before a moot court. The first appellate brief and arguments are judged for selection of interschool competition teams, participants in the annual Neumiller Competition, and membership on the Moot Court Board. The second appellate brief, requiring independent individual research, is written and edited under the supervision of the professor, and may satisfy the writing requirement.  

Prerequisite: Law 410A Appellate Advocacy I.
Graduation Requirements: May satisfy the Advanced Writing Requirement OR count towards the Professional Skills Requirement, student must choose one.
Enrollment: Limited to 40 students.
Grading Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory

This course was offered:

  • Spring 2017
    • Shama Mesiwala
    • Richard Schickele
  • Spring 2016
    • Shama Mesiwala
    • Richard Schickele
  • Spring 2015
    • Shama Mesiwala
    • Richard Schickele
  • Spring 2014
    • Shama Mesiwala
    • Richard Schickele