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2013-2014 Volunteer Registration

The University of San Francisco School of Law’s Moot Court Program oversees the First Year Moot Court Program, the Advocate of the Year Competition, and the Advocacy Teams that participate in moot court competitions at the local, regional, and national level. Below is a list of the Moot Court’s offerings for the 2013-2014 academic year. 

The success of the law school’s Moot Court Programs and Advocacy Teams is made possible by  the contributions of the many alumni and practitioners who volunteer as judges and coaches. The Moot Court’s Internal Programs and Advocacy Teams provide valuable learning experiences for our law students to practice legal research, writing, and oral advocacy.  

To volunteer as a judge or as a coach for these programs, please complete the information below and check the boxes next to the program you want to participate in. A member of the Moot Court Program will be in touch with you shortly.

Volunteer Information:

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Internal Moot Court Programs


Advocacy Competitions

Appellate Advocacy Teams