CALS Needs You to Moot!

Hi Art Law Society Members,

As many of you know, the Art Law Society is sending a team of three people (myself, Kiko White, and Josh Wolkoff) to Chicago during March 5-6 for the First Annual Cultural Heritage Moot Court Competition. The brief has been submitted, but now the team needs your help! During the month of February, the team will have 12 practices for oral arguments. We need people to act as the judges and ask tough questions to the team members. Ideally, we would like 3-4 people at each session, so we really need Art Law Society participation. This is a great opportunity to get involved with the Art Law Society (help out your fellow member!), get more exposure to the Moot Court competitions, and will get you bonus points if you’re interested in entering this competition next year.

Requirements?
This requires familiarity with the briefs (both respondent and petitioner sides). You should know the issue and be able to ask very tough questions. This also requirement a time commitment of 2 hours for each practice session. You can do as many or as little practice sessions as you want. Please go to http://law.depaul.edu/chmoot/prob_brief.asp for the problem and published briefs.

When?
The practice schedule is set out below.

Feb. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, & March 3 at 230pm-430pm
Feb. 14 at 2-4pm
Feb. 21, 28 at 4pm-6pm

Still interested?
Please email me with the days you are available to help out. If you have more questions regarding the practice team, please do not hesitate to email me (stephanie.spangler@gmail.com).

Thanks all!
Stephanie Spangler
Captain of the Art Law Society Moot Court Team
Alumni Relations Chair
Cardozo Art Law Society

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