The Moot Court Honor Board publishes the Suffolk Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy twice each year. The Journal makes the Moot Court Honor Board unique because Board Members participate in managing competitions as well as producing a scholarly law journal.
The Journal provides practical and in-depth analyses of current legal issues relating to trial and appellate practice. Similar to most law reviews, articles in the Journal support and perpetuate legal analysis among scholars. The Journal is unique, however, because of its practical value: discourse on current litigation issues naturally purveys a practical import for attorneys in daily practice. The Journal's scholarship thereby advances legal content while simultaneously helping the harried practitioner maintain a lexicon of recent decisions that could affect daily practice.
Please contact Luke Rosseel if you are interested in submitting an article or book review for possible publication. The editorial staff requests that the submissions be in law review format with detailed footnotes.
Student Staff Members
Working on the Journal of Trial & Appellate Advocacy gives you the opportunity for publication in a prestigious law journal, and shows potential employers that you have the researching, editing, and writing skills they’re looking for.
The Journal is used by attorneys throughout the country for in-depth analysis of trial and appellate issues in the courts today. As a staff member, you’ll edit, check citations and sources for articles and book reviews written by legal professionals around the nation, and contribute notes and case comments on topics ranging from cameras in the courtroom to circuit court splits on Federal Criminal Law interpretations.