Catherine Stewart Wins Herzog Competition

Posted December 19, 2013 by
Patrick J. Molinari (left), who received Best Brief honors, and Adam P. Brunell, and Jeremy Lemmons (right) Best Oralist winner, are congratulated by Adam P. Brunell (center), chief justice of the Moot Court Honors Program.

Patrick J. Molinari (left), who received Best Brief honors, and Adam P. Brunell, and Jeremy Lemmons (right) Best Oralist winner, are congratulated by Adam P. Brunell (center), chief justice of the Moot Court Honors Program.

Catherine D. Stewart, a third-year student, took the top honors in the Fall 2013 Dean Fred F. Herzog Moot Court Competition.

Patrick J. Molinari (left), who received Best Brief honors, and Adam P. Brunell, and Jeremy Lemmons (right) Best Oralist winner, are congratulated by Adam P. Brunell (center), chief justice of the Moot Court Honors Program.

Patrick J. Molinari (left), who received Best Brief honors, and Adam P. Brunell, and Jeremy Lemmons (right) Best Oralist winner, are congratulated by Adam P. Brunell (center), chief justice of the Moot Court Honors Program.

Krista R. Easom was awarded second place; LaQuenta C. Rudison and Zack M. Strupeck were semifinalists.

Best Brief honor was presented to Patrick J. Molinari, and Best Oralist was Jeremy Lemmons.

The competition is the culmination of a two-credit hour, semester-long course open to students after they have completed at least two semesters.

Each competitor was required to research and write two Supreme Court appellate briefs, as well as prepare an oral argument for the competition. Competition rounds were judged by local practitioners and jurists.

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