The Antonin Scalia Law School Moot Court Board is comprised of second, third, and fourth year law students and provides members with opportunities to develop skills in appellate advocacy.
The mission of the ASLS Moot Court Board is to provide students with intellectually challenging opportunities to develop and refine their oral and written advocacy skills in the style of appellate-level legal argument. The Board provides ASLS with a competitive moot court program that enhances competitors’ competence, skills, and professionalism in all phases of appellate advocacy across diverse areas of law. The Board sponsors two intramural appellate competitions annually, the First Year Competition and the Upper Class Competition. Members of the Board represent ASLS at moot court competitions nationwide.