Annual Charles W. Froessel Competition
Each fall, the New York Law School Moot Court Association administers the Charles W. Froessel Intramural Moot Court Competition. The Froessel Competition is a rigorous recruiting program used by the New York Law School Moot Court Association to select its members. In addition, the competition provides students with the opportunity to display their advocacy skills.
The competition is named in honor of NYLS alumnus Charles W. Froessel (Class of 1913), an Associate Judge of the New York Court of Appeals.
44th Charles W. Froessel Moot Court Competition
Elizabeth Barrett and Darren Schweibel
Our information sessions provide insight on the Froessel Competition and how to do well. We urge all student participants to attend. For those who cannot attend, the sessions will be recorded.
Moot Camp I: Moot court competitions briefs are slightly different than what was taught in legal practice class. In addition to discussing brief writing techniques, Moot Court Association Members will discuss:
• What it’s like to be a competitor
• Time management
• How to prepare
Moot Camp II: The Fact Pattern will be released at Moot Camp II.
Moot Court Association Members will:
• Provide tips on how to deliver a successful oral argument
• Demonstrate good and bad oral argument techniques
• Answer questions