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Two MSU Law Teams Reach Quarterfinals in Moot Court Competition

Michigan State University College of Law boasted two of the top eight teams in this year’s Williams Institute Moot Court Competition. The event is the only national competition dedicated exclusively to the areas of sexual orientation and gender identity law.

 The 10th Annual Williams Institute event, which was held February 15–16 at UCLA School of Law, started with 32 teams from across the nation. Both Michigan State Law teams that competed placed in the quarterfinals.

MSU Law’s competitors included 3L Rachel Gruetzner, 3L Mary Elizabeth OShei, 3L Kevin Stokes, and 2L Cameron Day. The teams were coached by Professor Nancy Costello.

Last updated: February 24, 2014


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