Appellate Moot Court Board students win "Best Petitioner Brief" in national competition
The law school is proud to announce that the Appellate Moot Court Board (AMCB) team of Serena Tamburrino, 3L and Eric Wyant, 3L won "Best Petitioner Brief" at the 19th Annual Leroy R. Hassell Sr. National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition. The competition took place at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Tamburrino is president of the AMCB and Wyant is the secretary and treasurer.
The team was coached by Devon Ferris, L'16 and the students' strong performance is a result of weeks of hard work and preparation.
Learn more about the award-winning, student-run AMCB program.
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