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Moot Court Trial Advocacy Board
Members of the Moot Court Trial Advocacy Board will work with members of the faculty and professionals in the field. They will be selected based on their demonstrated interest and success in trial advocacy and moot court. Board member responsibilities include: participating in competitions, participating in the selection process, assisting teams with in-house competitions and preparation for inter-school competitions, working with local high schools and presenting topics to students at large.
The Moot Court Trial Advocacy Board is selected in the Spring by the current Moot Court Board in conjunction with the director.
- Administer and run all aspects of the first year moot court competitions and assist in all aspects of the administration of the Grand Moot Court
- Assist in internal and external trial competitions
- Set up all components of the internal tryout;
- Set up all room assignments and other Pace Law School equipment requirements with Special Events
- Coordinator and attend calendar meetings;
- Oversee that photocopies of briefs are made one week before they are due;
- Oversee that the briefs are sent out in a timely manner;
- Assist team leaders in sending out briefs to Competition headquarters;
- Arrange practice sessions with team leader;
- Assist in setting up final public in-house moot practices;
- Handle correspondence and distribution of briefs to law school faculty and outside judges;
- Report to the Pace Law School community on teams' performance;
- Assist in managing the Pace Law School Moot Court Program Website;
- Assist the Director and the Administrator in the various administrative components of the competitions as well as preparation of the moot court budget.
- Propose policies and procedures for Moot Court teams and competitions and work with the Director in the development of the overall Moot Court program in the law school.