Gifted high school students compete at Duquesne Law

Duquesne University School of Law welcomed students from four high schools today for the Northern Area Gifted Consortium's annual mock trial competition.

Students from the following schools competed:

  • North Allegheny High School

  • Pine-Richland High School

  • Riverview High School

  • Shaler Area High School

Christina Palladino and Kate Elder, teachers of the gifted and talented students, were among the organizers who accompanied the students.

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