Please join us in offering our congratulations to the NALSA Moot Court Team!
This past weekend, Columbia Law School participated, along with 53 other teams from 24 schools, in the National Native American Law Students Association Moot Court competition hosted by Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.
Natasha Bronn ’13 and Jenny Patten ’13 won Second Place overall in the competition. In addition, Andrew Sangster ’15 and Jacob Wolf ’15 advanced to the round of 16 and won Second Place for Best Brief. William Monks’15 and Shannon Cleary ‘15 also advanced to the round of 16.
Also competing on Columbia’s team were Sourabh Mishra, Ryan Gander, Jacob Sklar, Olena Savytska, Kevin Casey, Hubert Ahn, Shreya Fadia, and Daniel Sockwell (all ’15). The team was coached by Allison Neswood ’13, Meagan Burrows ’14, JoAnn Kintz ’14, Ian MacDougall ’14 and Caroline Stover ’14.
The teams wish to give a special thanks to Professor Carla Fredericks, Professor Philip Genty, Professor Steve McSloy, Professor Trevor Morrison, and Judge Debra Livingston as well as all the other professors and school administrators who helped make this achievement possible.
Columbia NALSA and the Columbia NALSA Moot Court Team are supported by a generous contribution from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP.
The Moot Court Program at Columbia Law School is made possible by a generous contribution from Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP.