JUDGES NEEDED FOR NATIONAL NALSA MOOT COURT COMPETITION
Colorado Law is hosting the 30th Annual National NALSA Moot Court Competition on February 26-27th, 2022, virtually via Zoom. Law students from across the country will take on the challenge of writing and arguing the most compelling federal Indian law and tribal governance issues. Teams of two students will write an appellate brief and give oral arguments addressing the same legal problem using their own unique legal theories.
We are in need of Oral Argument Judges to sit on a panel of three and individually score competitors via Zoom. Each Judge can determine the number of rounds they participate in based on their availability. Please see our website rules (https://www.nnalsamootcourt2022.com/downloads) if you are unsure whether you qualify as a judge.
Volunteer Judges are critical to the success of this competition and we would greatly appreciate your support. If you are interested in judging, sign up via the form on our website: https://www.nnalsamootcourt2022.com/volunteer
If you have any questions or concerns, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The James E. Rogers College of Law at the University of Arizona is hosting the 27th Annual National NALSA Moot Court Competition on March 1-2, 2019. For more information on participating as a student, or as a volunteer, please check National NALSA’s website for more information.
NNALSA is proud to announce that the 2010 NNALSA Moot Court Competition will be hosted by the University of South Dakota (USD) NALSA Chapter in Vermillion, South Dakota February 19-20, 2010.
South Dakota is ecstatic about hosting this years competition. The University of South Dakota has an outstanding Indian Law Program with some of the most prominent Indian law scholars in the country. The facilities for the NNALSA moot court competition are bar none. The school has done extensive remodeling and construction over the past few years which will be excellent for the NNALSA Moot Court Comeptition. The USD NALSA chapter has shown their dedication to Indian issues through their regional moot court competition, which has been held the past two years. The USD School of Law has an extremely active NALSA chapter with hard working members.
I hope that everyone will join us this year in the heart of Indian country. I will be sending out future deadlines, contact information, hotel information, and airport information at a later date. Thank you.
University of Montana School of Law