University of New Hampshire

School of Law

BMI/Cardozo, Copyright/Entertainment Competition

This moot court competition challenges competitors to write an appellate brief on entertainment law issues, typically copyright and trademark issues. After the brief is submitted, competitors prepare for oral argument by mooting their arguments before faculty, outside practitioners, and other students. Students must have been selected for this competition during moot court tryouts to register for it. See for additional description.

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