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Loyola’s Scott Moot Court Competition is for upper-division law students wishing to represent Loyola Law School in national moot court competitions against other of the countries top law schools. Students entering the competition are required to research and write an appellate brief on a moot court problem. After completing their briefs and arguing both sides of the argument before a panel of judges, the top-ranked students are given the honor of being named to the Scott Moot Court Honors Board led by a Chief Justice.

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