2017 Thirty-Second Annual Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition
The Brooklyn Law School Moot Court Honor Society would like to announce the Thirty-Second Annual Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition. Preliminary rounds will begin Thursday, March 30, 2017, and the Competition will conclude with the final round on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Please check back periodically for registration and other information.
2016 Prince Competition Results
The Honorable Milan D. Smith, the Honorable Randall T. Eng, and the Honorable Steven M. Gold, presided over the final round of the Competition, where Stetson University College of Law came in first place. The award for Best Brief went to Stetson University College of Law.
Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition
The Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition is named in honor of the late Jerome Prince, renowned evidence scholar, teacher, and author of Prince on Evidence, who served as Dean of Brooklyn Law School from 1953 to 1971.
The competition is hosted in the spring by the Moot Court Honor Society on Brooklyn Law School's campus in the heart of Brooklyn Heights. The Competition provides law students from across the nation the opportunity to write and argue an appellate brief that addresses evidentiary issues in a contemporary context. Each year, Brooklyn Law School and the Moot Court Honor Society are proud to announce distinguished jurists and judges who join to preside over the competition's final round.
For further questions regarding the Prince Evidence Competition, please contact the Prince Competition Coordinator Katarina Garced at firstname.lastname@example.org.