Welcome to the George Washington University Law School Moot Court Board (new) Website!
The Moot Court Board is a student-run honorary society that plays a vital role at GW Law by promoting the development of oral and written advocacy skills. Membership to the board is offered a variety of ways and students on board represent the Law School at a variety of external competitions.
Please browse the site to learn more about the Moot Court Board, the competitions we sponsor, and all the achievements we accomplish at external competitions.
Before you start your exploring, a special thanks to Abdul El-Tayef and all the developers at Beza.net who helped with the revamp of our new website.
Caleb D. Raymond
President, GW Law Moot Court Board
Washington, D.C.—The GW Law Moot Court Board is pleased to announce that two of our members will compete in the National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Board Competition. Members Ashley Carter (3L) and Irene Louizou (3L) will …
Washington, D.C.—The registration deadline for the National Veterans Law Moot Court Competition has been extended by one week. Schools may register and submit both the form and the registration fee until Wednesday …
Washington, D.C.—The GW Law Moot Court Board is pleased to announce the return of the Harold H. Greene & Joyce Hens Green National Security Law Moot Court Competition for the 2016 -2017 school year.
GW Law students who did not register by the 9/5, or would like to drop the course.
Check Veterans Law Moot Court Competition website for more details.
GW Law students compete in first round of the 67th Annual Van Vleck Constitutional Law Competition.
Two Preliminary Rounds (one “on” and the other “off” briefs, Quarter Finals and Reception.