The University of California, Los Angeles organizes annual external moot court competition for students from all law schools. The theme of the competition is Cyber Crimes and related issues.
The Moot Court Competition will feature an esteemed panel of renowned cyber law experts to judge competitors’ oral advocacy and brief writing skills.
The Competition will also entail expert speakers discussing the developments in the field of cyber law. A team consists of two law students attending the same law school. A team member is generally not allowed to be substituted unless there is a reasonable cause and approval is sought from the UCLA Moot Court Honors Board.
Each team is required to have a coach or advisor which may be full- or part-time
faculty member or a lawyer approved by a law school to coach and advise the students.
A team may have more than one coach or advisor, and one person may coach two teams
from the same school.
UCLA School of Law, 385 Charles E. Young Drive East, 1242 Law Building, Los Angeles, California 9009.
Who can apply?
The moot court competition is open to students from all law schools.
Registration will be complete once form and fee both are submitted. Please fill the online registration form here.
- Registration deadline: January 16
- Moot Court Problem release: November 22
- Briefs submission date: February 16
- Moot Competition date: April 21
Registration fee is $300 per team. Registration fees can be paid via PayPal or by cheque.
Cheques should be sent at:
Moot Court Honors Board
385 Charles E Young Dr E
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Moot Court problem can be found here.
Please find moot court competition rules here.
For any queries please contact at email@example.com
For further information, please refer to the official page here.