Kevin Healy and Abigail Marciniak went to Germany and made it to the semifinals of the Frankfurt International Investment Arbitration Competition. They advanced to the playoffs where they defeated American University in the Sweet 16 as well as the University of Bratislava in the quarterfinals. In...
Yvette Butler and Sara Loop Bell won the ABA Forum on Communications Law’s 6th Annual First Amendment & Media Law Diversity Moot Court in Aventura, Fla., and also won best brief. The ABA funded their participation in the competition. 
Thomas Collery and Derek Woodman won the University of North Carolina’s 37th annual J. Braxton Craven Jr. Memorial Moot Court Competition, and Mr. Woodman was selected best oralist. The final bench consisted of Judge William Lindsay Osteen Jr., Middle District of North Carolina; Judge Albert...
Jennifer Babaie, Elizabeth Graffeo, Spencer Piatt, Jonathan Shiao, and Austen Walsh made it to the semifinal round in the Jessup Mid-Atlantic Super-Regional Moot Court. Mr. Piatt was named 2nd Best Oralist and Ms. Graffeo, 7th Best Oralist. Susan Karamanian, associate dean for international and...
Samuel Dillon and Saurabh Prabhakar made it to the quarterfinals of the Giles Rich Intellectual Property Moot Court Silicon Valley Regional Competition in California. John M. Whealan, associate dean for intellectual property law studies, coached the team. Mr. Dillon and Mr. Prabhakar won the on-...
Madeline Cohen and Ann Porter won the Charleston School of Law National Moot Court Competition in South Carolina. Ms. Cohen also received top honors as best oralist for the championship round. At the Federal Communications Bar Association Moot Court at Catholic University, the team of Keenan...
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