Thursday, April 8 — Saturday, April 10
2010 Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition
On April 8-10, 2010 Brooklyn Law School hosted the esteemed Twenty-Fifth Annual Dean Jerome Prince Memorial Evidence Competition, one of the most prestigious and rigorous appellate competitions in the ABA. View video of the competition here.
This year's winners:
Team 21- Kevin Bradberry & Matthew Ramsey
Second Place Team:
Team 34- Christine Cusick, Adam Flores, & Corey Wallace
Best Oralist in Final Round:
Matthew Ramsey (Team 21)
Best Oralist in Preliminary Rounds:
Justin Nichols (Team 9)
Team 13- Jennifer Lynch, Reid Shannon, & Adam Polk
Second Best Brief:
Team 18- Amy Ma, Jared Moser, & Madana Hermiz
Third Best Brief:
Team 34- Adam Flores, Christine Cusick, & Corey Wallace
Last year’s competition provided an opportunity for participants to write an appellate brief addressing an evidentiary issue in a contemporary context. The final round was presided over by United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr.; United States Court of Appeals Judge M. Margaret McKeown, Ninth Circuit and New York State Court of Appeals Judge Victoria A. Graffeo.
For more information, visit the Moot Court Honor Society page. If you have any questions, please contact Natalie Mayo at the Moot Court Office at (718) 780-7970, or send an email to email@example.com.
2010 Competition Briefs