Every year, the moot court holds competitions in many different regions across America. These competitions consist of the brightest law students in their respective regions competing against one another in arguments in simulated cases. In this region, law students from twelve different law schools were chosen to compete. These schools included Washington University, University of Chicago Kent, Northern Illinois and several more. Keith Short was asked to be one of the judges. This is a great honor, as only select few are asked to do this every year. Mr. Short judged the competition for two days. He enjoyed the experience of helping the future lawyers of America increase their skills as they prepare to enter the workforce.