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Make a Difference Giving to Michigan State University
  • $4,425 RAISED OF $4,000 GOAL


  • 1976 DCL Moot Court Team $3,600
  • Anonymous $250
  • David Sheaffer $100
  • Alexandra Lange $25
  • Christine Waun $100
  • Rene Roupinian $100
  • Matthew Scarfone $100
  • Victoria Convertino $25
  • Roxanne Caine $50
  • Joseph Murphy $50
  • Danielle Matlick $25

Support MSU Law’s Moot Court Teams

Awards for MSU Moot CourtFrom building lasting relationships with teammates and faculty coaches to feeling the exhilaration of arguing in front of high-profile judges, Moot Court has shaped the law school experience for countless law students.

MSU Law’s Moot Court 2019-20 program was ranked #1 in the country by the ranking program of record (the University of Houston Law Center’s Blakely Advocacy Institute). Developing (and sustaining) a winning competition program takes talented students, hard work from alumni and faculty, and a significant financial investment on the part of the College of Law through the MSU Law Strategic Action Fund.

Will you help send an MSU Law team to a competition?

In tight budget times, your support will make it possible for MSU Law to continue strategically investing in these powerful experiences on behalf of our students.

Your gift will help us fund student participation in high-profile competitions in a wide range of subject areas, like appellate advocacy, patent and trademark, labor law, Indigenous law, and immigration law, giving our students opportunities to align their competition experiences with their career goals.

$4000 Will Fund a Moot Court Team In Appellate

Entry fees, transportation, food, and accommodations can add up. MSU Law spends around $4000 per competition for each team. 

Make a Gift by Mail:

University Advancement
Spartan Way
535 Chestnut Road, Room 300
East Lansing, MI 48824

*Make check payable to Michigan State University and write “Appeal 21OOPCF1MTCOURT” in the note section.


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