“It is emphatically the province and duty of the Judicial Department to say what the law is”
– Marbury v. Madison, 1803.

The Supreme Court of the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature is the highest judicial power in the organization. The Court’s main function is to run the moot court competition, where counselors compete as either the petitioner or respondent of a moot appellate court case.

In addition, the Court is responsible for handling internal OIL lawsuits, where one member of OIL can sue another for violating OIL laws. In the event that the defendant is a member of the OIL leadership, the Attorney General acts as the lead defense attorney.

The Court has the final say on what the law is and their decisions are binding.

Visit www.okoil.org to learn more about the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Legislature