The faculty encourages its students to take part in studies in the format of a moot court, since it allows to experience writing legal memorandums and in their oral presentation, on a wide range of possible legal fields and relating complex and challenging issues. A prime example is the annual Israeli law moot court taking part in the faculty, in front of a wide audience in the faculty's moot court room. Another moot court is taken place as part of the course dealing with the law of ethics, which is dedicated to the late Adv. Yona Blatman, the former State Attorney of Israel and a graduate of the faculty.
On the competitive level, since 2006 students of the faculty are taking part in the biggest public international law moot court competition – the Phillip C. Jessup competition - and also in the national competition on International Humanitarian Law held by the International Committee of the Red Cross in Israel, the International Criminal Court competition and the C. VIS moot arbitration competition.