National Tax Moot Court Competition
The National Tax Moot Court is an appellate advocacy competition. Participants brief and orally argue a hypothetical appeal in a tax case.
The national competition is sponsored by the Tax Section of the Florida Bar Association. The competition simulates an appeal of a trial court decision, so appellate writing and oral advocacy skills are emphasized. Students research a problem, write an appellate brief, and present oral arguments before panels of judges.
This competition does not have a regional. Students compete in the intra-school competition and then the national.
Students earn two pass/fail credits for their participation in the national competition in Florida. This competition is open to all students who have completed their first year.
For more details, visit the 2018 National Tax Moot Court Competition website.