The purposes of the National Native American Law Students Association (NNALSA) Moot Court Competition are to encourage the development of oral advocacy and brief writing skills, and to enhance substantive knowledge in the fields of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law, and traditional forms of governance. NNALSA was founded in 1970 to promote study in these fields and to support Native American students in law school.
In the spring semester first-year students are required to rewrite their briefs under the close supervision of their assigned Moot Court student editors.
This moot court may serve as a substitute for L6679 Foundation Year Moot Court for first-year students, with prior approval of the faculty Moot Court Director.
Section Offerings for 2012-13
|L6873-001||13S||Nalsa Moot Court|
|P. Genty ...||TBA||TBA|
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