Welcome home to the Law School team that participated last weekend in the annual Duberstein Bankruptcy Law Moot Court Competition at St. John’s University in New York City. This is the first year that the Marquette University Law School has entered a team in the Duberstein Competition, which has a reputation for fierce competition and high quality judging. Our team of Jacob Heuett, Bradley Suiters and Alexander O’Reilly worked long hours to prepare for the competition, only to do battle with a Nor’Easter that closed airports in New York City and delayed their arrival until early Sunday morning. The storm interfered with the travel of numerous teams, and the competition organizers were forced to cancel the first round of arguments and schedule some teams to argue back to back. Despite facing adversity, our team performed admirably. While the team did not advance to the octo-finals, they set a foundation upon which future Law School teams can build. Special thanks to Len Leverson for serving as the team’s practitioner coach. Congratulations!
- Post author:Edward A. Fallone
- Post published:March 7, 2018
- Post category:Legal Writing / Marquette Law School / Public
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