Through Albany Law School's Anthony V. Cardona '70 Moot Court Program, more than 50 percent of the law school's students receive intensive practical training in oral and written appellate advocacy, trial advocacy, and client counseling and negotiation skills.
Participation in Moot Court prepares students who represent Albany Law School in some of the most prestigious regional, national and international competitions. These competitions provide excellent experience in legal research, analysis, writing and oral advocacy. Additionally, they provide students with superb networking opportunities and also give students a great sense of accomplishment, teamwork and school spirit.
The Moot Court Board also organizes a series of intra-school competitions that allows Albany Law School students to compete against their classmates in the areas of appellate advocacy, trial practice, client counseling and negotiating skills. Most of the competitions require teams of two students and are modeled after the various national competitions where select teams from Albany Law School compete.
Introduction to Moot Court