Over three years at the Law School, students can participate in moot court programs on campus and around the country and the world. All first-year students participate in one of 10 different offerings spanning multiple areas of law. Second- and third-year students can continue to develop their skills through the Harlan Fiske Stone Moot Court Competition or explore external competitions.
At Columbia Law School, you’ll gain practical experience in advocacy through our broad range of moot court programs.
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