The Board consists of 50 upper class students chosen for their excellence in legal writing and oral advocacy. Each year, the Board hosts a National Competition in Charleston and sends 8-10 teams to other competitions around the U.S.
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WE STILL NEED YOUR HELP !!!!
This email is just a friendly reminder that the Charleston School of Law is still looking for volunteers to judge the 22nd annual Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition to be held March 19–21 at the Historic Charleston Embassy Suites on Meeting Street.
Given that this nationally acclaimed tournament attracts so many participants, we will need many volunteers to judge. Whether you are able to register for a single or for multiple time slots, we greatly appreciate your support. Rounds will last no longer than one hour and fifteen minutes. If you are not able to participate but know of a colleague who may have an interest and the availability, please feel free to forward this invitation. The link to sign up as a judge is below:
If you have any questions regarding the event, please do not hesitate to contact me. I look forward to meeting you there!
www.signupgenius.com Seek volunteer judges for the John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition in Charleston.
charlestonlaw.edu CHARLESTON, S.C., Feb. 10, 2013 - - A two-person team from the Florida Coastal School of Law on Saturday won the sixth annual Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition.
Charleston School of Law won the National Tax Moot Court competition for the second year in a row Saturday, besting 15 other teams from around the country.
“Winning once is a huge thing,” said Assistant Professor of Law Kristin Balding Gutting, the team’s faculty adviser. “Winning twice is quite a feat.”
postandcourier.com A three-person team from the Charleston School of Law won the National Tax Moot Court competition for the second year in a row Saturday, besting 15 other teams from around the country.
Good luck Hattie and Daniel!
charlestonlaw.edu Charleston School of Law’s two advocacy programs had an exceptional year in 2012. Along with bringing home a National Championship from the National Tax Moot Court Competition – both the Moot Court Board and Trial Advocacy Board had a record number of students and faculty participate.
Something that may be useful for any members competing this year: http://documents.law.yale.edu/pronouncing-dictionary-sound-test
Pronunciation for most of the difficult supreme court case names.
cntraveler.com Condé Nast Traveler readers voted Charleston, South Carolina the number one city in the United States for the second year in a row.
charlestonlaw.edu The Charleston School of Law team of Ted Corvey, Robert Crabtree, Chuck Dukes, and Suzanne Hogg won second place at the National Pretrial Advocacy Competition, held Oct. 11-14 at Stetson University College of Law in Gulfport Fla.
Congratulations to Daniel Cooper for taking first place in the Moot Court Competition yesterday afternoon. Cooper competed with final four contenders Kelsey Brudvig, Hattie Everroad and Andrew McCumber. Congratulations to all for a job well done.
Congratulations to the new members of the 2012-2013 Charleston School of Law Moot Court Board! Work hard, best the competition, and add more awards to the Moot Court Board's accomplishments.
charlestonlaw.edu On Friday, Sept. 14 and Saturday, Sept. 15, Charleston School of Law Students competed in an internal Moot Court competition to serve on the 2012-2013 board.
[06/08/12] Congrats to Moot Court Board alum Taylor Schuster for opening a new office, Anderson & Schuster, Attorneys at Law, LLC! If you are an alum of the Moot Court Board & your office has a page, post the link to it below & it will be added to the "Likes" section of this page.
EXCITING NEWS: This past weekend, Charleston School of Law Moot Court Board members, Britni McCarson and Mary Abraham, defeated students from the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, to become the 2012 National Tax Moot Court Competition champions!
“This is the Super Bowl of tax competitions for law students,” said Assistant Professor of Law Kristin Balding Gutting, the team’s faculty advisor. “You’ve got the top schools from the country here and the finals are actually judged by three members of the U.S. Tax Court from Washington, D.C. Our team was amazing. I am so proud of them.”
lawlibrarybarrister.wordpress.com Second year Charleston School of Law students, Britni McCarson and Mary Abraham , defeated students from the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law, to become the 2012 National Tax...
Congratulations to Florida State University College of Law students Alexandra Haddad and Elliott Smith for being named team champion in the Charleston School of Law’s fifth national Moot Court Competition!
“This weekend’s fifth successful national moot court competition in constitutional law again demonstrates that our Charleston School of Law enjoys a national reputation, said Associate Professor and moot court advisor Miller Shealy. “This year we attracted 14 teams of students from as far away as Chicago and Maine. Not only is our competition good for the school, but Charleston gets great exposure — and business — too!”
For more details, please visit site below.
lawlibrarybarrister.wordpress.com This past week, the Charleston School of Law sponsored its fifth annual National Moot Court Competition. The problem involved the warrantless placement of a GPS tracking device on a veh...
[01/24/12] The Charleston School of Law Moot Court Board has been hard at work preparing for the 2012 Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition. This year's competition, which will be held on February 3 & 4, will feature 23 teams from Charlotte School of Law, DePaul University College of Law, Elon University School of Law, Florida Coastal School of Law, Florida State University College of Law, Liberty University School of Law, Lincoln Memorial University-Duncan School of Law, University of Maine School of Law, Massachusetts School of Law, Mercer University School of Law, University of North Carolina School of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law, University of South Carolina School of Law, and William & Mary School of Law.
The Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition is coming up on Feb. 3 & 4, 2012! The 2012 Competition Problem involves whether the warrantless placement & use of a GPS tracking device on a vehicle by police violates one's rights under the 4th Amendment. A link to the problem is below. Stay tuned for more info. about this year's Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition!
[08/22/11] Attention CSOL Moot Court Board alumni: If your firm has a page, post a link to our page and we'll add it to our Likes section. Thanks!
[08/16/11] We are already gearing up for our National Moot Court Competition! Tentative Dates are February 2-4. Get the word out!
[04/18/11] Please join us for the Championship Round of the 1L Moot Court Competition tonight at 5:30 p.m. at the Charleston Museum!
[02/28/11] GREAT NEWS via Miller W. Shealy Jr: The moot court team of Jason Wyman & Kevin Pratt, with bailiff Meghan Groff, prevailed at the Washington, DC, regional of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition on Feb. 26. One of four regional champions, they will now advance to the national finals in Chicago in early April. The team also won the award for best brief in the region. CONGRATULATIONS!
Read the press release about the recent Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition.
[02/06/11] Thank you to all of the teams who participated in this year's competition! We hope your school will send another team to Charleston next year. Congratulations once again to all of the teams receiving awards & to Professor Miller W. Shealy Jr & the CSOL Moot Court Board for another successful National Competition!
[02/06/11] Congratulations to the 2011 Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition Champion, William & Mary!
[02/05/11] William & Mary vs. Florida State. Final Round at 4pm at Embassy Suites.
[02/05/11] Mercer, William & Mary, Seton Hall, and Florida State are in Semifinal.
[02/04/11] Preliminary Rounds are almost over. All teams will meet in the Barrister at 6pm to find out if they will advance to tomorrow's Quarterfinal Round.
[02/04/11] We have 16 teams from 12 law schools participating this year. The law schools involved include DePaul, Elon, Florida Coastal, Florida State, Mercer, New York, North Carolina Central, Seton Hall, University of Cincinnati, University of North Carolina, University of South Carolina, and William & Mary.
[02/04/11] The fourth annual Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition is underway! Thank you Professor Miller W. Shealy Jr, Associate Justice Abbey Cain, & the rest of the Moot Court Board for all of your hard work preparing for this event. Updates from the competition to follow throughout the day.
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