Duquesne Law School Arbitration Team Wins Regional Competition
The Duquesne University School of Law’s arbitration team won the regional championships hosted Nov. 21 and 22 at the University.
Teams from across the country, including Pace, Villanova and the universities of South Dakota and Toledo participated.
Members of the winning Duquesne team were Julie M. Katz, Eve M. Tasios, Abigail L. Marusic and Keaton Carr. Coaches were alumni Sarah Andrews, 2006, and Chris Borsani, 2007, and faculty advisor is Professor Al Peláez. Two other Duquesne teams were semi-finalists in the competition, with the same advisor and coaches.
The championship team will compete in the national finals at Chapman University School of Law in Orange, Calif., in January 2010.
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