NAAC and Telecom Competitions 2020
ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition
Duquesne Law School's Appellate Moot Court Board had a tremendous showing at this year's ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition - D.C. Regional.
Duquesne's team of Cara Brack (2L), Emily Peffer (2L), and Hannah French (2L) made it all the way to the final round where they lost in a split decision, emerging as Regional Finalists. In addition, Cara received an award for being the 10th Best Oralist out of over sixty advocates.
Duquesne's team of Jacob Hanley (3L), Chris Winkler (3L), and Sam Nolan (4E) were Regional Semi-finalists, after four rounds of competition. Additionally, Jacob, Chris, and Sam received the First Place Best Brief out of thirty-two teams. Adj. Prof. Erin Karsman, who directs the appellate advocacy program, coached both teams.
Congratulations to our students on these outstanding achievements.
26th Annual National Telecommunications and Technology Moot Court Competition
Congratulations to Duquesne University School of Law's Appellate Moot Court Board team of Madison Baric (3L), Mariah Mandy (3L), and Corey Sauer (3E) for winning the Best Brief award while emerging as semi-finalists at the 26th Annual National Telecommunications and Technology Moot Court Competition. Mariah Mandy also won the Best Oralist award.
Additionally, third-year law students Michael Maciarello, Danielle Mrdjenovich, and Oluwaseyi Odunaiya performed extremely well against tough competition and narrowly missed advancing.
Congratulations also to David Frantz (L'15) and Amy Kerlin (L'18) who coached and traveled with the teams.
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