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Registration for Bryant-Moore Competition is
Registration Deadline is November 15, 2015.
Late Registration is December 25, 2015.

Bryant-Moore Competition Registration Form
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Bryant Moore Competition

Bryant-Moore Competition Registration Form

Competition Dates
March 4 and March 5, 2016
This Year's Competition Problem
This year competition problem will be announced in November. Our Competition Problem always reflects a relevant federal civil rights issue.

Competition Schedule
11//15/15 - Registration Deadline
11/24/15 - Problem Released
12/25/15 - Late Registration Deadline

1/25/16 - Briefs Due
3/4/16 - First Day of Oral Argument
3/5/15 - Last Day of Oral Argument

Competition Costs
$500 dollars for one team; $900 dollars for two teams
$535 Late Registration for one team; $1,070 Late Registration for two teams
*If a team wishes to pay for the competition using PayPal, please check the PayPal box on the registration form and send the money to bmoore@law.howard.edu for payment. Please be mindful that there is a $15 service fee for non-PayPal account users, so it is best to set up a free account before making the payment.

Also, if teams wish to use the Check payment method, please make the check out to CHH National Moot Court Team and send the check to 2900 Van Ness Street NW, Washington DC 20008.

Once teams pay for the competition, they will be sent an official confirmation payment receipt.

Last Year's Problem
1. Whether an individual's statutory obligation to report suspected child abuse makes that individual an agent of law enforcement for purposes of the Confrontation Clause?

2. Whether a child's out-of-court statements to a teacher in response to the teacher's concerns about potential child abuse qualify as "testimonial" statements subject to the Confrontation Clause?

Questions and Registration Information
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updated: October 13, 2015