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College of Law Delivers Another Distinguished Performance at the National Moot Court Competition

Monday 2/15/2016

The College of Law’s National Moot Court Competition Team competed in the national round this past week in New York City. The team finished in the top eight from a field of more than 200 teams that participated.

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Amy Doan, Kevin Braddock Smith, Professor Richard Risman, and David Katz

Professor Helfman Writes “All Three Branches Are Up for Grabs”

Sunday 2/14/2016

Associate Professor of Law Tara Helfman has written on the passing of Justice Scalia and its impact on the upcoming election season.

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Tara Helfman

College of Law Scholars Weigh in on the Passing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia

Saturday 2/13/2016

Comments from College of Law Professors on the passing of Justice Antonin Scalia

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Chris Jennison 3L Argues for Adoption of Uniform Bar Exam at ABA House of Delegates Meeting

Friday 2/12/2016

Chris Jennison 3L, law student member of the American Bar Association (ABA) Board of Governors, recently argued in favor of states to adopt the Uniform Bar Exam (UBE) at the ABA House of Delegates Meeting. The House adopted Resolution 109, which urges bar admission authorities to “adopt expeditiously” the UBE.

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Chris Jennison

Ryan Lefkowitz 1L Wins Hancock Estabrook, LLP 1L Oral Advocacy Competition

Thursday 2/11/2016

Ryan Lefkowitz 1L won the Hancock Estabrook, LLP 1L Oral Advocacy Competition, held by the Moot Court Honor Society.

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Ryan Lefkowitz

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