Volume Six: Moot Court and Oral Advocacy

The Editorial Board is proud to present the Sixth Volume of the Monograph Series. This volume includes timeless articles on classic moot court concepts and timely articles with current critiques and suggested reforms. We selected representative articles from U.S. legal scholarship on key insights into moot court: what it is and how to do it; how to compete at the highest level and how to score competitions; what moot court’s strengths and weaknesses are; and who it serves and (maybe sometimes) disserves. The articles selected for Volume 6 of the Monograph Series demonstrate a variety of perspectives from judges to practicing lawyers to law professors exploring what moot court means for those who teach, coach, design, judge, and participate in it.



Jennifer Murphy Romig (Emory)

Managing Editor:

Margaret Hannon (Michigan)

Editorial Board:

Deborah Borman (Northwestern)

Suzanne Ehrenberg (Chicago-Kent)

Lara Freed (Cornell)

Brenda Gibson (North Carolina Central)

Andrew Kerr (Georgetown)

Samantha Moppett (Suffolk)

Jason Palmer (Stetson)

Anne Ralph (Ohio State)