The Supreme Court Institute held a moot in all but one case argued last term on the merits docket.
Moot Court Program
The Moot Court Program is the centerpiece of the Supreme Court Institute’s public service activities. These practice sessions allow attorneys to prepare for oral arguments before the Court.
The Law Center has become the principal stop of many counsel seeking expert assistance in oral argument preparation prior to appearing before the Court. Nearly all of the cases heard by the Court each Term are mooted at Georgetown before a panel of “Justices” that includes law faculty and experienced Supreme Court advocates. SCI provides assistance to attorneys who will be arguing at the Court for the first time and also holds moot courts for some of the nation’s most experienced Supreme Court advocates.
Moots are provided as a public service to counsel at no charge on a non-partisan basis. Most moot courts take place in the Supreme Court Institute Moot Courtroom, located on the Law Center campus in the Hotung International Building, Room 2003.