The Tulane Law School Moot Court Program was your home once! We appreciate the contributions you made while here and hope that you would like to stay involved. We offer many opportunities for our Alumni to stay connected and contribute to the rich legacy of the Tulane Law School Moot Court Program. The Moot Court Program distributes an alumni newsletter to keep alumni abreast of current happenings. Our newsletter covers things such as: competition successes, annual marble winners, the Mardi Gras and John R. Brown Invitationals, and various special interest stories.
Alumni can also stay connected by coaching a team or judging a competition. We are extremely appreciative of any involvement or support by alumni or practitioners. Coaching a team allows you to teach Moot Court members the skills and strategies that will be necessary in order to win the competitions in which they compete. We always need more coaches in the areas of appellate advocacy, trial advocacy, alternative dispute resolution, maritime practice, and international arbitration. Additionally, judging a competition is a great way to stay involved without a large commitment of time. Our fall Intra-school competitions are held on-campus and practitioner judges are needed at every level. Each round is usually held on a weekday and can be expected to last roughly three hours(i.e. 5-8). As a judge, you will be provided with a scoring sheet for each competitor and important information regarding the problem that the competitors are mooting.
We welcome any and all support, involvement, or assistance by alumni and practitioners! Please contact Marcella Lupski, Chief Justice, by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, if interested in learning more.