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Published: November 8th, 2010

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The Florida Moot Court Team sends regional finalists to national competition in Los Angeles
Jennifer LeVine (pictured left) and Olga Butkevich (pictured right), members of the Florida Moot Court team, were finalists at the Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition in Atlanta on Oct. 23. The team prevailed in four rounds of oral arguments, and also won the award for “Best Brief.” From Nov. 17-21, LeVine and Butkevich will be competing against the other regional finalists nationwide at the National Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition in Los Angeles.

Members of Florida Moot Court Team return from successful Navy JAG Corps national competition
Leah Edelman, David Evans, Jesse Isom, and Patrick Mize, members of the Florida Moot Court Team, recently traveled to the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville on Oct. 28-30 to compete in the U.S. Navy JAG Corps 2010 National Moot Court Competition. The team made it through several rounds of oral arguments advancing to the Finals. Ultimately, the team was awarded Runner-Up of the competition and 3L David Evans was named Best Oralist. The team was coached by Alex Landback and Elizabeth Bryan. Pictured from left to right is Alex Landback, Patrick Mize, Leah Edelman, David Evans, Jesse Isom and Elizabeth Bryan.

Space still available for London Law Consortium
There is still room in the London Law Consortium, Spring Semester Study Abroad Program, which takes place from Jan. 10 – April 29, 2011. For more information on this program, check out the website. To discuss this opportunity, contact Michelle Ocepek in the Office of Student Affairs – HOL 164, ocepek@law.ufl.edu or 352-273-0620.

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