2012 Moot Court Competition
 

UHNALSA is proud to host the 20th Annual National Native American Law Students Association's moot court competition in Honolulu, Hawai'i.  The competition will be held on February 24 and 25 and a symposium is planned for Sunday, February 26.  Click here for the competition rules.  Licensed attorneys interested in serving as a competition judge should fill-out the online form by CLICKING HERE.

RESULTS

Best Advocate Category
First Place - Tyler Gomes and Teri Wright - University of Hawaii
Second Place - Caycie Gusman and Catherine Hall - University of Hawaii
Third Place - Shefali Singh and Caroline Stover - Columbia Law School tied with Zachary DiIonno and Fawn Jade Koopman - University of Hawaii

Best Legal Brief
First Place - Jocelyn Jenks and Jacquelyn Jampolsky - University of Colorado
Second Place - Caycie Gusman and Catherine Hall - University of Hawaii
Third Place - Zachary DiIonno and Fawn Jade Koopman - University of Hawaii

Best Oralist
First Place - Tyler Gomes - University of Hawaii
Second Place - Ana Won Pat Borja - University of Hawaii
Third Place - Cecelia Knapp - William Mitchell


COMPETITION PROBLEM
CLICK HERE to go to our Competition Problem page.

QUESTIONS ABOUT THE PROBLEM
Rule 3.3 requires that all substantive inquiries be directed to the Competition Administrator and that answers will be posted online. CLICK HERE to read the current questions and answers.
 
TRAVEL INFO
CLICK HERE
 to find out what special and discounted travel arrangements we've worked out for you.

MORE INFORMATION TO COME

If you have questions, feel free to contact any of the following:
Sarah Kaopuiki nalsa@hawaii.edu, (808) 956-0836

 





Tax-deductible donations can be made online by going to http://www.uhfoundation.org/HawaiiNALSA

nalsa@hawaii.edu (808) 956-0836