If you want to be a trial lawyer and can prove your skill and commitment, the Moe Levine Trial Advocacy Honor Society offers you the chance to improve your courtroom skills. Named for the late Morris (Moe) Levine, a trial advocate who inspired the growth of trial advocacy education, the society’s primary purpose is to advance the art of trial advocacy. As a member, you participate in training sessions, workshops, and intra-scholastic trial competitions. You will also have the exciting opportunity to represent the school in competitions against top end students from other institutions. You will develop your trial skills in a fun, competitive environment and earn yourself credentials valuable to employers!
If you’re interested, we invite you to participate in the New Member Competition
held in the fall. If you display exceptional trial advocacy skills, the Honor Society will invite you to join. As a member, you can participate in Interscholastic Competitions
, the Hugh B. Pearce Competition
, and a variety of workshops and training sessions.