Moot Court Members and Journal Staff Have Been Selected for University of Baltimore Law’s 2021-22 Academic Year

This summer, as we anticipate a return not just to school, but to the John and Francis Angelos Law Center, students have been busy preparing for the academic year. This includes competing for coveted spots on the Moot Court teams and law journals.

“Being selected is an academic honor, and applicants work hard to be chosen,” says Claudia Diamond, assistant dean for advocacy and writing support. “In addition to meeting a GPA requirement, students do a ‘write-on’ competition for the journals — writing a case note on a recently decided case and doing editing/bluebooking exercises.”

For Moot Court selection, there is also a GPA requirement, as well as participation in the Byron Warnken Moot Court competition, in which contestants submit written memoranda and argue in front of volunteer lawyers and judges.

Congratulations to all the students chosen for these activities.

Here are the Law Review staff and executive board. Editor-in-chief is Patrick Brooks.

Here are the Law Forum staff and executive board. Editor-in-chief is Parker Imani Payne.

Here are the members of the six Moot Court competition teams.

About University of Baltimore School of Law

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