Definition of moot court in English:

moot court

Syllabification: moot court

noun

North American
A mock court at which law students argue imaginary cases for practice.
More example sentences
  • The society had started the moot court to train law students to put their legal knowledge to practical use, Mr. Nair says.
  • He also instituted the School's first moot court program, providing for further practical experience for future litigators.
  • I am in San Jose today for a moot court at Santa Clara Law School to prepare for the argument.

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