Cyber Crimes Moot Court Competition Registration Form
Please fill out one Registration Form per team.
*NOTE: Registration is based on submitting a registration form on a first come, first served basis.
Each school is limited to two teams, with two competitors per team. Students not part of their school's
Moot Court program are eligible to compete as an unaffiliated team. There is no limit to the number of
unaffiliated teams a school may have, except that the total competition is limited to 36 teams and preference
will be given to schools that have not yet filled their 2-team allotment. Checks must be received within
a reasonable amount of time after submitting the registration form or your spot may be given to a team on
Terms and Conditions
All entrants into the UCLA Cyber Crimes Moot Court Competition agree to be bound by the Official Rules of the
Competition. Upon receipt of this Registration Form and Entry Fee, the UCLA Moot Court Honors Program Board
will assign your team an Official Competition Number and will assign each team member an Advocate Number via
email by October 21, 2013. Final team member names and whether he/she will write a Petitioner or Respondent
brief are due by the Team Member Deadline or the competition spot is forfeited to a waitlisted team. The
Competition Problem will be released on October 1, 2013, to all registered teams that have paid the registration
fee. The problem will then be released via email to newly registered teams once the registration fee is collected
and no later than the Team Member Name Registration deadline. No problem will be released and no registration will
be accepted after the Team Member Deadline except upon written approval of the VP of Cyber Crimes. For the
procedures to follow after the Competition Problem has been released, please refer to both the Official Rules
and the competition page located at the following website: http://www.law.ucla.edu/moot.