Wake Forest team wins best brief at Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court competition
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Office of Communications and Public Relations
February 28, 2011
The Wake Forest University School of Law team won best brief over the weekend at the Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court competitionat Albany Law School.
Katie Morton, Matt Pagett and Craig Principe made up the Wake Forest team that competed with 20 other law schools. The team made the cut to the Sweet Sixteen.
“Congratulations to another one of the terrific Wake Forest moot court teams. Hats off to Katie, Matt, and Craig! Their proud coach thinks there must have been a mix up for them not to advance further,” said Academic Dean Suzanne Reynolds, who coached the team. ”The judges gave them high praise in every round, with the Brooklyn team winning the competition.”
Reynolds added: “Many thanks to the great judges on the Wake faculty and to the many local lawyers who asked the team tough questions in practice rounds. Many thanks also to LAWR and appellate advocacy faculty for helping our students hone these important skills.”
Dean Blake D. Morant said: “I enthusiastically join the chorus that salute Katie, Matt, and Craig for a great effort and result. Congratulations!”