Stetson Law’s moot court, bar prep among the best in the nation

The winter 2017 issue of the National Jurist magazine again lists Stetson University College of Law’s moot court among the best 20 programs in the nation during this decade. Stetson is also mentioned in the article, “Best schools for bar exam preparation.”

Stetson advocacy teams prepare in one of the law school's teaching courtrooms.

Stetson advocacy teams prepare in the Florin Roebig Courtroom, one of the law school’s teaching courtrooms.

Stetson’s Moot Court Board is currently ranked no. 3 on the list of the top 16 moot court programs for this school year, 2016-2017, and is ranked sixth among the 20 best moot courts of the decade. Stetson students placed first and a Stetson student won the Best Oralist Award in the Andrews Kurth National Moot Court Championship in 2015, a competition in which only the top 16 moot court programs are invited to compete.

Stetson is among the National Jurist’s list of 40 law schools in the country where students outperform on the bar exam based on their LSAT scores. Stetson offers a Bar Prep Portal for students with access to bar prep resources including the Stetson Bar Boot Camp, practice essays and essay grading program, as well as a weekly blog of tips and strategies for exam day.

“Stetson is dedicated to preparing our students to be the very best advocates they can be and we are proud to be recognized among the top programs in the country,” said Stetson Law Dean Christopher M. Pietruskiewicz. “Advocacy training at Stetson is hands-on, providing students with the courtroom-ready communication skills essential to the practice of law. Our academic success-bar exam resources ensure that our students are ready to face the next milestone as they begin their legal careers.”

Visit to learn more about advocacy training at Stetson. Visit the Academic Success- Bar Exam Resources page to learn more about bar prep resources at Stetson.