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Pepperdine Law Moot Court Program Ranked Among Nation's Best

Pepperdine ranked #11 overall

This year, The University of Houston's Blakely Advocacy Institute ranked Pepperdine Law as one of the best schools for moot court. Pepperdine is #11 overall and #2 in the state of Calfornia. 

The University of Houston Law Center’s Blakely Advocacy Institute uses a scoring system that assesses the quality of the competitions a school participated in, the size of the competitions and the school’s performance in those competitions to determine the top 16 programs in the nation.

The nation’s top moot court programs all have several things in common: They are stacked with competitive and driven students; they are led by dedicated volunteer coaches and faculty members; and they are focused on teaching transferable skills. Perhaps most important, however, is that training students for the practice of law is their top priority. Winning championships is a just a happy side effect.

2016-17 Moot Court Rankings:

1.   South Texas
2.   Oklahoma
3.   St. Mary's
4.   Stetson
5.   Georgetown
6.   SMU
7.   Chicago-Kent
8.   Texas Tech
9.   Michigan State
10. UC-Hastings
11. Pepperdine
12. McGeorge
12. Wake Forest
14. Ohio State
15. Mississippi College

16. Mississippi
17. Baylor
17. Kansas
17. Loyola-Chicago
20. Wayne State
20. Florida Coastal
22. Barry
22. Charleston
24. UC-Davis
25. George Washington