Tang Moot Court Competition 201710.16.17 — Congratulations to Jen Rasay ’18 and Sherelle Wu ’19, who won the Northeastern Regional round of the Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition on Saturday. Rasay also won best oralist at the competition. The Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition is an appellate advocacy competition sponsored annually by the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Law Foundation (NAPABA ).

“Our students beat teams from such schools as American University, Fordham and Brooklyn Law School,” said Professor Margaret Hahn-Dupont, who coached the team. “I couldn’t be prouder of them both.” Rasay and Wu will now move on to compete at the national level in November at the NAPABA annual convention in Washington, DC.

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