Each spring, the SULC Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project hosts a program-wide moot court competition for the students in local Marshall-Brennan classes. Students prepare and compete in their classrooms; the winners from each class are invited to compete against each other for a two-day-long, citywide oral argument contest held at Southern University Law Center and a Baton Rouge court. Eight winners from the regional competition are invited to participate in the National Marshall-Brennan High School Moot Court Competition that is held in Philadelphia, PA
ANNUAL ESSAY, POETRY, & ARTS CONTEST
Each year the Marshall-Brennan Project hosts the annual SULC Marshall-Brennan Project Celebration and Awards Banquet. During the Celebration the high school students demonstrate their intellectual achievement through the presentation of entries about constitutional rights in the form of essays, poetry, and art. The winners in each category receive a cash prize and are recognized at the Annual Marshall-Brennan Banquet.