The National High School Moot Court Competition brings together high school students from the US and abroad to showcase their oral advocacy skills.
Students compete in moot appellate arguments to test their understanding of cutting-edge legal questions. By focusing on the applicability of current legal issues to the high school setting, this competition provides students with a unique opportunity to strengthen their reasoning skills and increase their understanding of the Constitution and the judicial system.
Hosted annually by American University’ Washington College of Law, this competition introduces competitors to 1st & 4th Amendment issues and other contemporary legal topics. All high school students are welcome to register and compete.
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