Michigan State Law’s Competition Teams offer an opportunity for students to practice and polish advocacy skills at competitions hosted by law schools throughout the United States. One of the leading advocacy programs in the country, MSU Law’s moot court program allows students to advocate before federal and state judges, practicing attorneys, and distinguished law professors. The board also sponsors intra-school competitions, in which students challenge each other to new levels of achievement while competing for cash prizes.
The Board is composed of second- and third-year students who have displayed the requisite skills to continue MSU Law’s winning tradition. Students who perform well in the Moot Court Competition Class and demonstrate strengths that would complement those of our competition teams are invited to join.