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ABA seeks moot court judges


The ABA Law Student Division would like to invite you to judge the National Appellate Advocacy Competition (NAAC) in Los Angeles, February 23-25, 2023, at United States District Court, Central District of California.

We are excited to be in person this year!

You be the judge, literally!
Spend a few hours as a Supreme Court Justice without the confirmation hearings! All rounds take place in a courtroom and robes are provided for all competition judges.

Give back and mentor law students
This opportunity will fulfill your need to impart wisdom to the next generation of lawyers. We are looking for lawyers and judges to sit on the Supreme Court to hear oral arguments and provide feedback on the advocacy skills of each team.

CLE Information
Attorneys acting as judges in moot court competitions may self-report their participation to claim CLE credit. Rules, calculations, and limits vary by state.

Make a day of it. Sign up for one, two, or more rounds. Or invite your colleagues and register as a group.

The rounds are scheduled as follows:
Round 1: Thursday, February 23 (3:30 pm-7:45 pm)
Round 2: Friday, February 24 (3:30 pm-7:45 pm)
Round 3: Saturday, February 25 (8:30 am-12:45 pm)
Round 4: Saturday, February 25 (1:00pm-3:30pm)
Round 5: Saturday, February 25 (3:30 pm-6:00 pm)

For your colleagues across the country, there are also regionals in Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Oklahoma City, Boston and San Francisco!

If you need more information, the NAAC website is your best resource.

Erica M. Zepeda

American Bar Association
Program Manager, Early Career Strategy
Law Student Division and Young Lawyers Division


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