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Tee Hassold (’15), Evan Leadem (’15) and Brooke Loucks (’15) compete at 19th Annual Tulane Mardi Gras Sports Law Invitational

Three Wake Forest Law School students — Tee Hassold (’15), Evan Leadem (’15) and Brooke Loucks (’15) — are competing Feb. 26 -28 at the Mardis Gras Sports Law Moot Court Competition in New Orleans.

Professor and Director of the Washington Summer Judicial Externship Program Abigail Perdue is the faculty adviser accompanying the moot court team.

The 19th Annual Tulane Mardi Gras Sports Law Invitational is held in conjunction with the Tulane Sports Lawyers’ Journal. The competition draws law students from some of the best law schools and moot court programs across the country, according to organizers. The competition is being held in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana in New Orleans.

Other schools attending the invitational this weekend include, among others, the University of California at Los Angeles  School of Law, American University Washington School of Law, New York University School of Law, Emory School of Law, and Duke School of Law.

Three Wake Forest Law School students -- Tee Hassold (’15), Evan Leadem (’15) and Brooke Loucks (’15) -- are competing Feb. 26 -28 at the Mardis Gras Sports Law Moot Court Competition in New Orleans.

Three Wake Forest Law School students — Tee Hassold (’15), Evan Leadem (’15) and Brooke Loucks (’15) — are competing Feb. 26 -28 at the Mardis Gras Sports Law Moot Court Competition in New Orleans.