The Moot Court Board supports new and smaller moot court teams. Teams may also qualify for funding support.
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Moots previously funded by the Moot Court Board
The Clara Barton International Humanitarian Law Competition
Sponsored by the American Red Cross and the American Society of International Law, the Clara Barton Competition is a simulation‐based competition that puts participants in the shoes of humanitarian law practitioners. The moot tests participants’ knowledge of international humanitarian law and public international law, as well as their ability to present, advocate, and defend legal positions with a diverse range of stakeholders in different simulated environments.
The NYU Immigration Moot Court Competition
The Immigration Law Competition focuses on cutting-edge issues in the field of immigration law, and is judged exclusively by immigration law professionals in the immigration capital of the Nation. The Harvard Law School team won first place in 2006, 2014, and 2015.
The WTO Moot Competition
The WTO Law Moot, also known as the ELSA Moot, is organized by the European Law Students Association. The Moot simulates a hearing in the World Trade Organization dispute settlement system.