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Thursday, April 5, 2018
Moot court finalists shine in annual competition
|Professor Rebecca Lonergan and Dean Andrew Guzman flank the Honorable Stephen Higginson, the Honorable Carlos Moreno and the Honorable Stephen Taylor.|
Every year the Hale Moot Court Honors Program Final proves to be one of USC Gould’s most exciting events with bright and ambitious students competing in front of an elite panel of judges. This year’s competition was no exception.
Professor Rebecca Lonergan, the faculty adviser for the Moot Court program said, “Every year, I am amazed at how well our students perform. They know the facts. They know the law. And they are so poised and persuasive under pressure. This year’s finalists were some of the best I’ve seen—better than most experienced practitioners. They have incredibly bright futures ahead of them as lawyers.”
|The finalists presenting their oral arguments to the panel of judges.|
|Moot Court champion Alyssa Mocrop and runner-up Alexandra Jackson pose with the judges.|
Transforming Criminal Justice
December 3, 2018
Philadelphia D.A. Larry Krasner, a former defense and civil rights attorney, talks reform
November 21, 2018
Prof. Jonathan Barnett keeps a bird's eye view on media, entertainment, and technology law trends