International Moot Court Board

The International Moot Court Board, part of Miami Law's International Moot Court Program, gives students the chance to represent the University of Miami School of Law in moot court competitions across the country and around the world, while obtaining course credit. This organization is ideal for students interested in pursuing careers in international law, or otherwise hoping to improve their legal research, writing and advocacy skills. Also, though it is not required, participation in the International Moot Court Board student organization is a great way to prepare for the International Moot Court Program. 

Examples of past competitions students have participated in include: The International Criminal Court Trial Competition in The Hague, The Netherlands; the Moot Madrid competition in Madrid, Spain; the UBA Moot Competition in Buenos Aires, Argentina; the William C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court Competition in Vienna, Austria; the International Human Rights Competition in Washington D.C.; the Frankfurt Investment Moot Court Competition in Frankfurt, Germany; and the Phillip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition in Washington D.C.

Category: Moot Court

Officers: Nicole Azarian, President

Faculty Advisor: Professor Paula Arias

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