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February 2, 2010

3L Casey Gillham Earns Top Award at National Moot Court Competition

Third-year Oregon Law student Casey Gillham, earned the distinction of “Best Oral Advocate” at the 6th Annual Williams Institute Moot Court Competition on Sexual Orientation and Gender Orientation Law, held January 30 at the UCLA School of Law. The award was presented to the competitor who received the highest individual score.

Additionally, the Oregon Law team performed exceptionally well in the overall competition. Gillham, along with teammates Katherine Bosch (3L) and Jennifer Nicholls (2L), made it to the semifinal round, which consisted of the top four teams. Throughout the competition, the team received consistently high marks and praise from judges.

Thirty-two teams from law schools around the country competed in the competition. The final round will take place in late February.

OUTLAWs organized the team’s participation.

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