Duke Law’s moot court team makes national semifinals

January 31, 2008Duke Law News

Duke Law’s national moot court team is set to compete in the semifinal round of the National Moot Court competition at the New York Bar City Center on Thursday, Jan. 31, at 4 p.m. The team – 3Ls Tadhg Dooley, Natalie Hirt, and Michael Rosenberg, coached by Jim Maxwell ’66 – enters the semifinal round with an undefeated record after a week of competitive events at the nation’s premiere moot court competition.

Duke students face Colorado in the semifinals at 4 p.m. EST; the winner of the match will compete in the final round, to be broadcast online beginning at 8 p.m. EST on Thursday, Jan. 31. To watch, visit www.nycbar.org/YoungLawyers/MootCourt.htm for login instructions (the webcast is free and available on a first-come, first-served basis).
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