This spring, our Mock Trial Team won the Regional Championship and came in eighth at Nationals in Texas; our Vis International Arbitration team garnered second place in the American Pre-Moot, fifth place in the French Pre-Moot, and team member Douglas Pilawa won a top speaker award at the international competition in Vienna, Austria; and our Jessup International Law Moot Court team won the Best Brief Award and the Best Speaker Award at the Regional Competition in Chicago.
FDIC Chair Martin Gruenberg ’79 delivers keynote at launch in New York City. The event was attended by over 100 experts in anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing.
Taru Taylor, a 2L, has been selected as an American Constitution Society Next Generation Leader. He will be honored at the organization’s national convention in June.
The Federal Bar Association recently announced that it selected Professor Emeritus Jonathan Entin as a recipient of the Excellence in Civics Education Award for the profound impact he has had on those around him.
Our Jessup International Law Moot Court team won the Best Brief and Best Speaker Awards at the Regional Competition, our Vis International Arbitration team garnered second place in the American Pre-Moot Competition, and our Jonathan M. Ault Mock Trial Team won the Regional Championship and a trip to Nationals.
Kristina Moore, a 3L, will participate in a unique opportunity in Germany and Poland this summer. She will study the conduct of lawyers and judges in Nazi-occupied Europe to reflect on legal ethics today.