Two Duquesne Law teams compete at Federal Bar Association event
Two teams from Duquesne Law's Appellate Moot Court Board participated in the 2018 Federal Bar Association Thurgood Marshall Memorial Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C. in late March. The annual national event focused on unique issues related to federal and constitutional law.
The Duquesne Law teams were comprised of (from left) third-year law students Drew Sheldon and Nicolette Blackwell, as well as Samantha Zimmer and Adrienne Box. Out of 40 total groups, both Duquesne teams advanced to the round of 16. Congratulations to the students and Frank Stoy, L'12, who coached the team.
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