Indiana University Bloomington

Applications Being Accepted for National Cultural Heritage Moot Court

The Society for Law and the Arts is soliciting applications for its 2015-2016 National Cultural Heritage Law Moot Court Competition team. If you are interested in art, history, antiquities, or cultural heritage, this competition is for you! Applications are being accepted now in hopes that interested students can tailor their schedules in the fall and spring semester to accommodate the competition.

The competition begins in late November, with briefs due in January and oral arguments in Chicago in late February. For more information on the competition and to read last year’s problem, visit the competition webpage HERE.  Team participants receive two credits of B528 Advanced Appellate Advocacy “for satisfactory completion of the requirements for the NCHL Moot Court Competition.”

If you are interested in competing, please email Professor Gabrielle Goodwin ( a brief statement of interest and your current resume before finals begin. If you have questions about the competition, don’t hesitate to ask Professor Goodwin or the members of the Society for Law and the Arts Executive Board (