Our Congratulations go to the Pace 2016 National Appellate Advocacy Competition Team that competed at the National Appellate Advocacy Competition. The competition was held February 18-20, 2016 at the Federal Courthouse in Brooklyn, New York. It was hosted by the American Bar Association, Law Student Division.
This year’s competition problem involved a police officer who was charged with a federal hate crime. Sharleen Bailon, Jaimie Boyd, Thomas DeGrace, Eve Lincoln, Vito Marzano, and Eli Wagschal represented Pace Law School at the competition in two separate teams. The teams represented the Petitioner United States and the Respondent Police Officer Billy Roy Campbell. The teams were coached by Adjunct Professor Tamar Gribetz. The Moot Court Board Supervisor was Michael Pesin-Virovets.
The team and coach were honored to represent Pace Law School in this competition.
Congratulations to Sharleen, Jaimie, Thomas, Eve, Vito, and Eli!