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LSU Law Moot Court Program Ranked 11th Nationally for 2018-19

The LSU Law Center’s Advocacy Programs have been ranked No. 11 in the nation in the Blakely Advocacy Institute’s ranking of moot court programs for 2018-19. This continues the Law Center’s upward climb in the rankings. LSU Law was ranked No. 25 last year, outside of the top 50 in 2016-17, and No. 35 in 2015-16.

The ranking system looks at law schools’ success in the dozens of appellate advocacy (“moot court”) competitions held across the United States each year.

“This ranking is the result of a banner year for our moot court teams, but it doesn’t take into account the success of our trial, dispute resolution, and transactional external teams – across all forms of competition we have enjoyed a truly stunning level of success this year,” said professor Jeff Brooks, Preis PLC Director of Advocacy & Professional Practice and director of LSU Law’s Field Placements Program.

The Advocacy Program’s accolades this year include:

“This year’s extraordinary success was the result of hard work by our students, our team coaches, and by Advocacy Fellow Annie Scardulla. We look forward to another successful year next year,” Brooks said.