UConn Law School Asks Jennifer Rossi To Teach Interterm Moot Court

by | Jan 14, 2015 | highlight, News

Ms. Rossi was asked to teach Moot Court at the University of Connecticut School of Law for the January 2015 Interterm — a one month program, along with one of the law school’s professors. Law students participated in various oral advocacy exercises and wrote an appellate brief. The course culminated in oral argument before a mock appellate panel of judges.

On teaching, Ms. Rossi said: “Teaching trial and advocacy skills to law students and practicing litigators brings me great joy. There is nothing more rewarding than demonstrating ways to improve and sharpen trial and oral advocacy skills to a class, and then watching them do it right before your eyes.”

Jennifer Rossi also is faculty with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA).

Photo by: Sage Ross