Levin College of Law

Moot Court Wins National Bankruptcy Competition

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From left to right: Aaron Holman (2L), Sara Altes (2L), Mallorie Head (3L), and Seth Donahoe (3L).

The Florida Moot Court Team won the 25th Annual Duberstein Bankruptcy Moot Court Competition, held in New York City March 4-6. UF Law’s Mercy Guillot (3L) and Joyce Delgado (3L) aided by coach Lissett Martinez (3L) competed against 40 teams, emerging the champion in the nationwide competition. The team also won “second best brief overall.”

Two Florida moot court teams also participated in the American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Competition Regional rounds held March 2-4 in Boston. UF Law students Sara Altes (2L), Aaron Holman (2L) and Seth Donahoe (3L) won the regional competition with the help of coach Mallorie Head (3L). After winning regionals, the team advanced to the Chicago National rounds where they finished in the “Top 16,” winning “second best brief in the nation.” During the competition, held April 6-8, Donahoe was recognized as a “Top 10 best advocate.”

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Joyce Delgado (3L) and Mercy Guillot (3L).   

 

 

Published: April 11th, 2017

Category: News, Student Team Victories

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