TRINITY LAW SCHOOL
Moot Court participation develops students’ research and brief-writing skills as well as their oral advocacy. Students may participate in Moot Court upon completion of or concurrent enrollment in 24 units and are selected during the oral arguments that are conducted as part of the Legal Research & Writing 2 course. Participation in Moot Court earns 1-credit hour per semester, up to 4 credits, and is reserved for students in the Juris Doctor degree program.
Coach: Professor Neil Rodgers
Trinity Law Review is a student-run journal that has published legal scholarship since our founding in 1980. Short of actually printing the journal onto paper, students run the entire process—including selecting articles for publication, editing the articles, and formatting the journal. Law Review offers a distinct opportunity for students to become directly involved with and influence legal scholarship. By contributing to the journal and critiquing the work of professors and legal scholars, Law Review members assume an important role in guiding legal discourse. Members also gain valuable experience in editing, critical analysis, and substantive writing skills. Participation in Law Review earns 1-credit hour per semester, up to 4 credits, and is reserved for students in the Juris Doctor degree program. Learn more about Trinity Law Review here.
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