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Moot Court: Information Session
|Event Start Date||Tuesday, April 9, 2013|
Warren Hall Room 131
|Event Start Time||12:00 pm - 12:30 pm|
1Ls are invited to learn about Moot Court and how to apply for membership on the Associate Board. Regardless of the type of law you hope to practice, Moot Court membership will hone your research, writing and speaking skills. Most importantly, as one of USD School of Law's longest running and most prestigious student organizations, Moot Court provides premier networking opportunities with attorneys, judges, professors and your fellow classmates. Lunch provided.
|Contact||Moot Court Chair Patrick Klingborg | firstname.lastname@example.org | n/a|
Degheri Alumni Center
Phone: (619) 260-4681