16th Annual Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition - October 23-24, 2009 - Washington, DC - American University Washington College of Law - United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

 

2008 Competition

Competition Recap

Winner:

Southwestern Law School

Leah Cohen-Mays, Michael Azat & Jillian Weinstein

Runner-Up:
Cleveland Marshall College of Law, Cleveland State University
Semi-Finalists:

Florida International University College of Law

Brooklyn Law School

Best Brief
Brooklyn Law School
Brief
Best Brief, Runner-Up:
South Texas Law School
Brief
Best Oralist
Daniel Rivera
Florida International University
Best Oralist, Runner-Up:
Melissa Pratt
University of La Verne

Results Summary

Competition Problem

Judges:
The Honorable Dolores Sloviter (3d Cir.)
The Honorable Roger Wollman (8th Cir.)
The Honorable Timothy Dyk (Fed. Cir.)
The Honorable Margaret B. Seymour (D. S.C.)
The Honorable Reggie B. Walton (D. D.C.)
The Honorable Paul Clement (Solicitor General, 2005-2008)

 

 

Leah Cohen-Mays
Michael Azat
Allison Taller
Stephen Wick

 

 

Competition Winner
Southwestern Law School
Competition Runner-Up
Cleveland Marshall College of Law

 

The American University Washington College of Law sincerely thanks the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and the United States Court of Federal Claims for generously hosting the 2008 Wechsler First Amendment Moot Court Competition

 

 

The First Amendment Moot Court Competition is named for Burton D. Wechsler of American University Washington College of Law. The Washington College of Law Moot Court Honor Society is proud to honor Professor Wechsler for his commitment to both First Amendment jurisprudence and the Washington College of Law's Moot Court Program.


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