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Syracuse law students compete in moot court finals April 21
Syracuse law students compete in moot court finals April 21April 16, 2009Jaclyn D. Grossojgrosso@law.syr.edu
The Syracuse University College of Law Moot Court Honor Society will host the 37th Annual Mackenzie Hughes LLP Edmund H. Lewis Appellate Advocacy Competition on Tuesday, April 21, at 5 p.m. in Grant Auditorium. This year’s final round competitors are Nick Evanovich and Jane Raven vs. Mark Butscha and Sarah Marquez. The presiding judges will be the Hon. William Q. Hayes L’83, the Hon. Theodore A. McKee L’75, and the Hon. Sandra L. Townes L’76.
“We are pleased to have a distinguished panel of judges who are committed to helping students prepare for our professional roles,” says Jonathan Marshall, a second-year law student and member of the Moot Court Honor Society.
The event is part of SU Showcase, a celebration of creativity, discovery and service. The daylong program features more than a hundred events, including academic presentations, discussions, displays and performances.
For more information contact Annette Tran at email@example.com.