Wyoming Seminary students participate in national Moot Court Tournament

May 17th, 2017 2:16 pm

KINGSTON – Fourteen Wyoming Seminary students competed in the Princeton University Spring Moot Court Tournament, one of the largest and most prestigious moot court tournaments in the country consisting of nearly 70 United States teams.

Wyoming Seminary Moot Court team was advised by teacher coaches Adam Carlisle and David Johnson, and attorney advisors Paul Galante, Guerline L. Laurore, Joseph C. Rudy and Zach Watkins.

Moot court is a simulation of an appeals court or Supreme Court hearing in which student attorneys prepare and present oral arguments in front of a panel of judges.