Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Ave Maria Law School wins Michigan Moot Court Competition for Third Straight Year!

The following memo came from the Dean's office yesterday. Congratulations to all involved!

It is my pleasure to announce that for the third straight year, Ave Maria School of Law has won the Annual State of Michigan Moot Court Competition. Ave Maria was also the host for this year's competition. Please congratulate the following students for their exceptional work as representatives of Ave Maria School of Law.

Competition Champions
Allison Clements
Judith Gallagher
Kevin O'Neill

Best Oralist
Meghan Greerty

Best Oralist - First Runner Up
Judith Gallagher

Best Brief - First Runners Up
Allison Clements
Judith Gallagher
Kevin O'Neill

A special thanks to the faculty coaches for their assistance in preparing this year's competitors:
Associate Professor Eugene Milhizer and Assistant Professor Vanessa Pierce

Commendation to the following Moot Court Board Members for their tireless commitment to the success of this effort:
President, Heather Dent
Team Manager, Justin Phelps
to the entire Moot Court Board, and Clinic Office Manager, Brigid Ann Kowalczyk for their help administering the competition.

Ave Maria School of Law is especially thankful to our competition sponsor
Butzel Long Attorneys and Counselors
under the leadership of
Mr. Carey DeWitt
Mr. Ian Northon, Class of 2004

We also thank and congratulate
Professor Howard Bromberg
as the Director of the Fifth Annual State of Michigan Moot Court Competition
held at Ave Maria School of Law

3 Comments:

At 11:48 AM, Blogger L. von Shtupp said...

Congratulations. What schools were involved?

 
At 3:58 PM, Blogger mrbooks said...

Congratulations.

Dr. Safranek also informs me that you are all going to pass the bar first time out. I believe him!

 
At 11:19 PM, Blogger Ryder said...

All six law schools in Michigan were involved, I believe. I'm only positive about two: Ave Maria and University of Michigan. But in past years the other four have participated as well.

 

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