Moot Court

UNT Moot Court

Moot Court is an appellate litigation simulation program in which participants argue assigned cases in front of a mock appellate court. Participants receive invaluable experience in legal research, brief writing and, of course, oral argument.

While ubiquitous in law schools, competitive Moot Court at the undergraduate level is a recent phenomenon. The University of North Texas has been on the cutting edge of this trend. Consequently, UNT consistently fields one of the best teams in the nation.

If you're interested in joining the #1 Moot Court team in Texas, explore the links below and then send us an e-mail so we can let you know information on the next tryouts. Practices are held Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. in Wooten Hall, along with occasional weekend practices. Members of the team are expected to devote a minimum of 7-10 hours per week to participate and be able to travel for 2 to 3 days at a time.

Texas Undergraduate Moot Court Association
American Collegiate Moot Court Association
2013-2014 ACMA Case