Join the Moot Court Board to learn about this year's intramural Jessup Cup competition. The problem will involve questions of international law and use of force. Jessup Cup is a great opportunity to practice oral advocacy and learn about current issues in international law. A number of participants who perform well in the competition will receive invitations to join the Moot Court Board. Contact Ed Bersuder at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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