Moot Court Board News

Student Competitors for ABA Negotiation Competition

If you are interested in representing the Law School on a team in the ABA Negotiation Competition, please send an email to Professor Tony Arnold, tony.arnold@louisville.edu, with the following information, no later than noon on Monday, September 12 (TODAY):

1) Your name and year in school (e.g., 2L, 3L) [Note: 1Ls cannot compete];

2) Why you are interested;

3) Any background you have in negotiation (including whether you have taken or are taking the Negotiation class);

4) Your general schedule availability for practices in the evenings and on weekends; and

5) Your contact information (i.e., email address, cell phone, etc.) so that we can get ahold of you easily and quickly.

The regional competition will be held November 12-13 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Participants will need to be current members in good standing of the American Bar Association and its Law Student Division (as a competitor in this competition, the school will pay for this for you, if you are not already a member), and have a valid passport, as this will involve international travel. This year’s competition will involve negotiating on issues related to real property.

The co-coaches are Professor Mary Jo Gleason and Professor Tony Arnold. Depending on the number of students expressing interest, there may or may not be a tryout. Practices will occur in evenings and on weekends, usually at least twice per week. Last year, we had a team advance to the national competition, and a few years ago, we had a team that won the national competition. Let’s continue our record of success in this competition! If you have any questions, please contact Professor Arnold.

Student Competitors for ABA Negotiation Competition

If you are interested in representing the Law School on a team in the ABA Negotiation Competition, please send an email to Professor Tony Arnold, tony.arnold@louisville.edu, with the following information, no later than noon on Monday, September 12:

1) Your name and year in school (e.g., 2L, 3L) [Note: 1Ls cannot compete];

2) Why you are interested;

3) Any background you have in negotiation (including whether you have taken or are taking the Negotiation class);

4) Your general schedule availability for practices in the evenings and on weekends; and

5) Your contact information (i.e., email address, cell phone, etc.) so that we can get ahold of you easily and quickly.

The regional competition will be held November 12-13 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Participants will need to be current members in good standing of the American Bar Association and its Law Student Division (as a competitor in this competition, the school will pay for this for you, if you are not already a member), and have a valid passport, as this will involve international travel. This year’s competition will involve negotiating on issues related to real property.

The co-coaches are Professor Mary Jo Gleason and Professor Tony Arnold. Depending on the number of students expressing interest, there may or may not be a tryout. Practices will occur in evenings and on weekends, usually at least twice per week. Last year, we had a team advance to the national competition, and a few years ago, we had a team that won the national competition. Let’s continue our record of success in this competition! If you have any questions, please contact Professor Arnold.

Student Competitors for ABA Negotiation Competition

If you are interested in representing the Law School on a team in the ABA Negotiation Competition, please send an email to Professor Tony Arnold, tony.arnold@louisville.edu, with the following information, no later than noon on Monday, September 12:

 

1)      Your name and year in school (e.g., 2L, 3L)  [Note: 1Ls cannot compete];

2)      Why you are interested;

3)      Any background you have in negotiation (including whether you have taken or are taking the Negotiation class);

4)      Your general schedule availability for practices in the evenings and on weekends; and

5)      Your contact information (i.e., email address, cell phone, etc.) so that we can get ahold of you easily and quickly.

 

The regional competition will be held November 12-13 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.  Participants will need to be current members in good standing of the American Bar Association and its Law Student Division (as a competitor in this competition, the school will pay for this for you, if you are not already a member), and have a valid passport, as this will involve international travel.  This year’s competition will involve negotiating on issues related to real property. 

 

The co-coaches are Professor Mary Jo Gleason and Professor Tony Arnold.  Depending on the number of students expressing interest, there may or may not be a tryout.  Practices will occur in evenings and on weekends, usually at least twice per week.  Last year, we had a team advance to the national competition, and a few years ago, we had a team that won the national competition.  Let’s continue our record of success in this competition!  If you have any questions, please contact Professor Arnold.

MCB Mandatory Meeting - TODAY

MCB's first meeting is TODAY, Wednesday, August 31 in room 175 from 12:10-1:00 pm. Attendance is mandatory.

Sign Ups - National Health Law Moot Court Competition

The Moot Court Board is still seeking students who are interested in competing in the Twentieth Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is being held on November 4-5, 2011 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.

Anyone interested in participating should email Whitney Englert at waengl01@louisville.edu by June 28, 2011.

National Health Law Moot Court Competition

The Moot Court Board is still seeking students who are interested in competing in the Twentieth Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is being held on November 4-5, 2011 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.

Anyone interested in participating should email Whitney Englert at waengl01@louisville.edu by June 28, 2011.

National Health Law Sign Ups

The Moot Court Board is still seeking students who are interested in competing in the Twentieth Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is being held on November 4-5, 2011 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois

Anyone interested in participating should email Whitney Englert at waengl01@louisville.edu by June 28, 2011.

National Health Law Moot Court Competition

The Moot Court Board is currently seeking students who are interested in competing in the Twentieth Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. The competition is being held on November 4-5, 2011 at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Illinois.

 

Anyone interested in participating should email Whitney Englert at waengl01@louisville.edu by June 28, 2011.

Congratulations to the Newest MCB Members

The Moot Court Board would like to congratulate its newest members:

Chris Arnold, Carly Baize, Lauren Claycomb, David Erhart, Jacob Ford, Ashley Haile, Denise Hall, Paige Hamby, Brittany Hampton, Richard Hinton, Doug Keil, Cassie Kennedy, Pete Lay, Jennie Lynch, Alice Lyon, Lucas Markushewski, Eddie O'Brien, Brian O’Connor, Courtney Pawley, Alston Peek, Kaitlyn Potzick, Zac Richards, Emily Sloan, Josh Waldrop, and Krista Willike

The MCB looks forward to another successful year with our newest additions!

 

National Moot Court Team Members

Congratualtions to the members of the 2011 National Moot Court Team!

 

    Samantha Constantine

    Paige Hamby

    Stephanie Carr

    Brittany Hampton

 

Prof. Marcosson said he had a very difficult decision to make between all of the highly qualified candidates.  Please join the Moot Court Board in congratulating those selected, and thank you to all who tried out.