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Liz Boison, Nadia Abadir and Claudio Ochoa will be going to Widener Law School in Wilmington, DE to compete in the Ruby R. Vale Corporate Moot Court Competition.

John Kim, Lina Soni, and Michelle Rogers will be going to Seton Hall Law School in Newark, NJ to compete in the John J. Gibbons National Criminal Procedure Moot Court Competition.

Results of Moot Court Team Competitions: WCL's Niagra Cup team, Renee Kurth, Anya Coverman, Craig Stanfield, and Karen Corrie, came home with First Place this weekend! Karen Corrie and Craig Stanfield received the award for Best Argument by a respondent pair. Additionally, Karen Corrie was named Second Best Oralist. Congratualtions to our team for bringing home the trophy!

Jordan Blumenfeld James and Spencer Hamlin competed in the Dean Jerome R. Prince Memorial Evidence Competition. Congratulations to them for a job well done!

Phi Delta Phi Attention all full- and part-time students! Phi Delta Phi, a WCL legal fraternity, will be conducting two information sessions next week. Phi Delta Phi's mission, which is unique to the organization, is to encourage a commitment to legal ethics, both in school and in the professional world. The information session will explain: 1) what a legal fraternity is; 2) what is distinctive about Phi Delta Phi; 3) details in how to join; 4) plans for the future (including becoming an honor fraternity). Our first information session will take place Tuesday, March 30, at noon in Room 100. Our second information session will take place the same day, Tuesday, March 30, at 5:00pm in Room 524. You only have to attend one of the two meetings. We encourage both full time and part time students to attend!

We plan on having an initiation ceremony on Monday, April 5, at 7:00p.m., will conduct officer elections, and will celebrate with a social afterwards. Officer positions include: 1) Magister (President); 2) Vice-Magister for the Day Students; 3) Vice-Magister for the Night Students; 4) Historian (Arranges Meetings; website); 5) Clerk (Secretary); and 6) Exchequer (Treasurer). Details of all these positions will be given at the information session. General membership is open to everyone and Officer positions are open to any student enrolled in the 2004-2005 academic year. This looks great on the resume and is a great networking tool. Please plan on attending one of the information sessions. If for some reason you cannot attend one of the meetings or have questions about the organization, please write Megan at meganmichiels@hotmail.com or Michael at mjc0609@hotmail.com.

Sustainable Development Law and Policy Interested in having publication experience and writing/editing contemporary law and policy issues related to reconciling the tension between economic development, human welfare, and environmental sustainability? Want to be involved in a student formed, all student publication? Come learn more about the Sustainable Development Law and Policy publication and how to apply. Wednesday March 31, Room 504 at Noon. Email sdlp@wcl.american.edu if you cannot make it or with questions.

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