La Verne Law participates actively in moot court competitions. Students who perform well in the Appellate Advocacy course and qualify for the Moot Court Honors course become eligible to participate on traveling moot court teams.
La Verne Law regularly participates in national competitions involving criminal procedure and entertainment law; it has been successful in the Hispanic National Bar Association’s Moot Court Competition, the Black Law Students Association Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition, and the Roger Traynor/Witkin California Moot Court Competition.
La Verne Law is exploring the possibility of adding further competitions to its annual roster.
Click here to learn more about La Verne Law’s moot court program.