The 9th Annual NLLSA Moot Court Competition will take place over two days from September 29th-30th, 2016 at Suffolk University Law School and Boston College Law School. Preliminary and semi-final rounds will commence the morning of Thursday, September 29th and will take place at Suffolk University Law School’s campus. The Final Round will be held the morning of Friday, September 30th at Suffolk University Law School’s campus.
The Final Round will kick off the 20th Annual NLLSA Conference and will be open to all attendees. The Boston Host Committee is working diligently to secure moot court judges across various practices, including Judge Advocate Generals, criminal and civil law practitioners and appellate attorneys, and sitting state and federal judges.
Registration and the competition rules for the Moot Court Competition are now available.
All interested competitors must register no later than Friday, July 29th, 2016 at 11:59 pm CST. In order to complete registration for the Moot Court Competition, competitors must submit a Notice of Intent to NLLSA’s Attorney General and pay the team registration fee of $50. Each school will be allowed to send up to two (2) teams. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Please send your completed Notice of Intent forms to Hanoch Eduardo Zamora at email@example.com.
Click the button below to submit your Moot Court registration fee.
The team’s identification number and the team’s assigned brief will be released by Monday, August 1st, 2016 at 5 pm CST. to all teams filing their timely Notice of Intent form via email. The assigned brief will be due on Monday, August 29th, 2016 at 11:59 pm CST.
WE LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR PARTICIPATION!!!
* The Attorney General reserves the right to revise NLLSA Moot Court Rules with the consent of the NLLSA Board.
** The Attorney General, at the recommendation of the NLLSA Board and the Boston Host Committee, reserves the right to limit the number of teams that may enter the competition from each school and accommodate the Moot Court Competition and schedule as necessary to provide a fair competition.