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The National Black Law Students Association’s Frederick Douglass Moot Court Competition
Renowned as the premier black legal advocacy competition, this program facilitates and promotes academic excellence. Each year, more than 150 teams of black law students have the opportunity to compete in oral advocacy at the national level and to connect with black attorneys and judges. This moot is organized by the National Black Law Students Association (NBLSA), the largest student-run organization in America. Students who are members of BLSA are eligible to participate in this moot. Students will work on the brief during the fall and early portion of the spring semesters and will compete in February. Students will receive 2 credits for their participation in the Frederick Douglass Moot in Law 872.