2013 I. Maurice Wormser Moot Court Competition

This year's I. Maurice Wormser Moot Court Competition concerns two corporate law issues: (1) Whether for-profit, secular corporations may assert free exercise rights under the First Amendment, and (2) Whether the six-factor test outlined by the Wage and Hour Division of the Department of Labor is the appropriate inquiry in determining if interns are employees under the Fair Labor Standards Act.


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    Competitors will argue for approximately 40 minutes in total, after which judges will have time to give brief, general comments. Competitors will argue "on brief" during the first week and "off-brief" during the second.
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