National & International Competitions

European Law Students Association moot court team at the international finals in Taiwan

Moot Court Council members may participate in one of the following competitions after participating in the Second-Year In-House Competition:

  • University of San Diego National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Tournament
  • Herbert Wechsler National Criminal Law Moot Court Competition
  • American College of Trial Lawyers National Moot Court Competition
  • Pace National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition
  • ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition
  • Duberstein Bankruptcy National Moot Court Competition
  • European Law Students International Trade Moot Court Competition
  • Stetson International Environmental Moot Court Competition
  • Thurgood A. Marshall Memorial Moot Court Competition

Additional competition opportunities exist, some of which are open to first-year students. Contact the individual professor coaches for details.

  • Jessup International Moot Court Competition (Professor John Head)
  • NALSA Moot Court Competition (Professor Elizabeth Kronk Warner)
  • Transactional LawMeet (Professor Webb Hecker)
  • Mock Trial (Professor Alice Craig)

Questions?

Pam Keller
Clinical Professor of Law
pkeller@ku.edu
785-864-9274

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