Video recording of oral argument timer used by North Carolina appellate courts. Video can be imported into a WebEx moot court session to simulate a remote oral argument session.
Oral Argument Practice Guides
In 2015, UNC School of Law, in consultation with the North Carolina Bar Association’s Appellate Practice Section, established the North Carolina Appellate Courts Mooting Program for Practitioners. The Program provides an opportunity for attorneys with arguments upcoming in the North Carolina Supreme Court or North Carolina Court of Appeals to simulate their arguments in advance in a secure, professional atmosphere.For those attorneys wishing to practice their arguments in such a setting, the Program provides a venue in its newly remodeled Courtroom, an opportunity for the practicing attorney to bring a guest judge (or judges) of his/her choosing, an opportunity for the attorney to agree to allow members of the UNC Law Faculty with substantive expertise to sit as appellate judges, and an opportunity for the attorney to allow an upper-class law student to have prepared for the argument and to sit as one of the appellate judges. To schedule a moot session or for more information, contact Professor Andy Hessick (email@example.com) at UNC School of Law. Alternatively, you may contact Gregg F. Schwitzgebel III (firstname.lastname@example.org), the Appellate Practice Section member who worked tirelessly to create this valuable resource for practitioners.
Guide for Counsel For Cases Orally Argued Before the North Carolina Court of Appeals
A guide written by the Appellate Rules Committee to assist attorneys orally arguing before the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
Guide for Counsel For Cases Orally Argued Before the Supreme Court of North Carolina
A guide written by the Appellate Rules Committee to assist attorneys orally arguing before the Supreme Court of North Carolina.
Fourth Circuit Oral Argument Guides
Information regarding oral arguments before the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit including:
Oral Argument Comparison Chart
Chart that sets forth key similarities and differences between oral arguments before the North Carolina Court Of Appeals, the Supreme Court Of North Carolina, and the United States Court Of Appeals For The Fourth Circuit
Guide for Counsel For Cases To Be Orally Argued In the United States Supreme Court
Guide written by the clerk of the United States Supreme Court to assist attorneys preparing cases for oral argument before the United States Supreme Court.