Jessup Moot Court
1 per semester. Maximum credits allowed are three. Maximum credits allowed for any combination of co-curricular activities (Jessup Moot Court Team, Trial Team, Moot Court, Florida Law Review, Florida Journal of International Law, Journal of Technology Law and Policy and Journal of Law and Public Policy) are four. The University of Florida’s Jessup Moot Court is the course for which members and potential members of the Jessup team are awarded credit. The team is a co-curricular, competitive arbitration organization that explores issues of public international law and international humanitarian law. The team is run by students with faculty supervision and involvement and collectively drafts competitive briefs and attends national and international competitions. The class functions as an extended tryout, with guidance from the student chair of the Jessup team and from the faculty advisors.The course is graded on a Satisfactory (S), Unsatisfactory (U) basis. NOTE: Students who successfully complete a Moot Court candidacy, as certified by the Moot Court faculty adviser, may register for one credit of LAW 6965 retrospectively in the term of enrollment next succeeding the term in which the candidacy was completed.