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  • Events Archive: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    at djkibble iupui edu Classes Without Quizzes Afternoon CLE Courses 3 15 5 15 p m Will count as 2 0 hours of CLE pending approval 3 15 4 15 p m Race to the Top or Plunge to the Bottom The Legal Consequences of Educational Reform Law in Indiana Associate Professor Carlton Waterhouse IU School of Law Indianapolis 4 15 5 15 p m Social Work in Other Fields of Work The Need for Interdisciplinary Education for Attorneys Carrie Hagan Clinical Associate Professor IU School of Law Indianapolis Stephanie Boys Assistant Professor IU School of Social Work CLE program is complimentary for active and life members of the IU School of Law Indianapolis Alumni Association 40 for nonmembers which goes towards one year membership in the Alumni Association Evening of Celebration All Alumni Reception 5 30 p m Honoring the classes of 1961 1981 1986 1996 and 2001 as well as the class of 2011 and the 2011 Alumni Award Recipeints Distinguished Alumni Award John Maley 88 Susie Mead 75 and Steve Stitle 70 Early Career Achievement Award Emily Benfer 05 and Sean Monkhouse 06 We will also be celebrating the 10th anniversary of Lawrence W Inlow Hall The

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  • Award Winners: Staton Intramural Competition: Moot Court: Put Law Into Practice: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    Work ABA Employment Summary Reports Pro Bono Program Office of Professional Development OPD IU McKinney law students find work in a variety of rewarding fields A lifetime of career assistance IU McKinney Law offers career services to students and alumni alike including access to an exclusive database of job openings in the legal profession Read more Explore Centers Programs Asian Law Environmental Law Global Crisis Leadership Health Law Human Rights Law Intellectual Property Law International Comparative Law State Government Law Students here can explore centers and programs for an indepth approach to one or more areas of the law Focus your studies and get ahead You can choose to concentrate on a specific area of study in order to better meet your career goals Read more Meet Our Faculty Staff Law Library Alumni Donors Current Students Put Law Into Practice McKinney School of Law Put Law Into Practice Moot Court Intramural Competition Award Winners Law School Clinic Externships Advanced Course Related Experience ACRE Pro Bono Program Moot Court Intramural Competition Award Winners Advocate Response Form Advocate FAQ Judge Response Form Judge FAQ Sample Score Sheet Interscholastic Competitions Moot Court Boards Order of the Barristers Moot Court Faculty Staff Donate to Moot Court NPRMCC Law Reviews Legal Writing Program Study Abroad Chinese Law Program Sun Yat sen Summer Program Moot Court Staton Intramural Competition Award Winners Fall 2014 Intramural Moot Court Competition Award Winners The Moot Court Board congratulates the following advocates Winning Team Dylan Pittman Michael Sullivan Runners Up Andy Romey Janell Zimmer Christopher M Maine Award for Best Advocate in the Final Barrister Round Dylan Pittman Best Advocate in the Preliminary Rounds of the Staton Competition Samuel Gardner Best Brief in the Staton Competition Eric Doyle Friend s of the Court Justin Yarnell Jon Noyes Friends of Court honors go to the practitioner and student who were the most helpful to the Board during the Staton Competition Fall 2013 Intramural Moot Court Competition Award Winners The Moot Court Board congratulates the following advocates Winning Team RJ Proie Matt Miller Runners Up Nick Mulvey Zach Brock Christopher M Maine Award for Best Advocate in the Final Barrister Round Matt Miller Best Advocate in the Preliminary Rounds of the Staton Competition Adam Eakman Best Brief in the Staton Competition Dana DeBowles Friend s of the Court Colin Flora Kate Kelly Friends of Court honors go to the practitioner and student who were the most helpful to the Board during the Staton Competition Fall 2012 Intramural Moot Court Competition Award Winners Winning Team Janel Qalliu Jessica Hawkins Christopher M Maine Award for Best Advocate in the Final Barrister Round Janel Qalliu Best Advocate in the Preliminary Rounds of the Staton Competition Matthew Kubacki Best Brief in the Staton Competition Carrie Schmidt Friend s of the Court Professor Frank Sullivan Raio Krishnayya and Nabeela Virjee Fall 2011 Intramural Moot Court Competition Award Winners Winning Team Nabeela Virjee Robert Karanovich Christopher M Maine Award for Best Advocate in the Final Barrister Round Nabeela Virjee

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  • Moot Court: Put Law into Practice: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    Sample Score Sheet Interscholastic Competitions Moot Court Boards Order of the Barristers Moot Court Faculty Staff Donate to Moot Court NPRMCC Law Reviews Legal Writing Program Study Abroad Chinese Law Program Sun Yat Sen Summer Program Competitor Advocate Response Form This Advocate Information Form must be submitted on line by 5 30pm on Wednesday August 20 2014 Failure to turn in the form will result in an advocate being randomly

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  • Advocate FAQ: Staton Intramural Competition: Moot Court: Put Law Into Practice: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    Writing Program Study Abroad Chinese Law Program Sun Yat sen Summer Program Moot Court Staton Intramural Competition Advocate FAQ What is the deadline for deciding whether I will participate in the next competition In order to participate in Staton Moot Court Competition competitors must register for the class before the first in class session Check the fall class schedule for this year s first Moot Court meeting time date What is the deadline to register for the Staton Competition To participate in the Staton Competition competitors must register for the class before the first class session Refer to the Academic Calendar for registration dates What is the time commitment for the Staton Competition Like every activity in law school the Staton Competition involves a substantial time commitment Competitors will have almost five weeks to write and submit an appellate brief The next four weeks competitors must argue their issue one night a week Typically arguments start at 7 45 P M and last until 9 15 P M If a competitor makes it to the Order of the Barristers s he argues each night until eliminated or until advancing to the final round The final argument occurs in the Indiana Supreme Court How is the brief organized for Moot Court At the beginning of the fall semester each competitor will receive the competition problem which will contain two related but distinct legal issues Each competitor will pair up with another student Competitors may choose a specific partner or ask the Moot Court Board to assign them a partner Each competitor will write a brief arguing only one side of one of the issues After the brief writing period of the competition the competitors will submit their briefs for scoring Members of the faculty practitioners and judges from the Indianapolis legal community will score the briefs How are the oral arguments organized After the competitors submit their briefs the oral advocacy portion of the competition will begin Each two student team will deliver four oral arguments During each round of argument each competitor will argue only the issue that he or she briefed For round one and three of the arguments each team will argue for whichever side petitioner or respondent their brief was written However for round two and four each team will argue for the opposing side Panels of two to four judges drawn from the law school faculty the Moot Court Society s Order of the Barristers and the Indianapolis legal community will preside over the oral arguments The judges will score each competitor individually When determining scores judges will focus on the competitors forensic ability and the substance of their arguments Oral arguments will be held Monday through Thursday evenings at Inlow Hall and in the Indiana Court of Appeals at the Indiana Statehouse Competitors will argue once per week Before the oral arguments begin each team will be given the opportunity to tell the Moot Court Board which day of the week they prefer to argue

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  • Moot Court: Put Law into Practice: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    Alternate Email 2 Judge Scheduling Please only select dates you intend to commit to judging Select the evenings by clicking the checkbox next to the appropriate date You can deselect a checkbox by clicking it again You should plan on arriving at the times indicated This will allow you enough time to check in and review the judging materials before the round starts Please note the later starting time on Tuesdays Evenings and Arrival Times Week Round Mon 7 15 PM Tue 7 45 PM Wed 7 15 PM Thu 7 15 PM 1 09 22 09 23 09 24 09 25 2 09 29 09 30 10 01 10 02 Fall Break 3 10 13 10 14 10 15 10 16 4 10 20 10 21 10 22 10 23 Barrister Tournament 10 27 10 28 10 29 The Indiana Court of Appeals has been reserved for Court of Appeals arguments on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 4 30 p m and the Barrister on Monday the 27th Please check the box indicating your availablity for these 4 30 arguments Court of Appeals Arguments Week Tue 4 30pm Thu 4 30pm 1 09 23 09 25 2 09 30 10 02 Fall Break 3 10 14 10 16 4 10 21 10 23 Barrister Monday 10 27 We will contact you with further details if you are scheduled for Court of Appeals Arguments IMPORTANT Are you subitting this form for the second time this academic year and making a change to the days times you are available Yes No If Yes do you have any additional comments you would like to add about your schedule 3 Judge Preferences Our normal practice is to e mail you with a reminder before you are scheduled to judge If you prefer to be

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  • Judge FAQ: Staton Intramural Competition: Moot Court: Put Law Into Practice: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    of the curriculum IU McKinney law students help clients get justice in the law clinic program Read more Plan Your Career Job Search Preparation Online Career Center Internet Resources Professional Organizations Judicial Clerkship Guide On Campus Interview Program Where Our Graduates Work ABA Employment Summary Reports Pro Bono Program Office of Professional Development OPD IU McKinney law students find work in a variety of rewarding fields A lifetime of career assistance IU McKinney Law offers career services to students and alumni alike including access to an exclusive database of job openings in the legal profession Read more Explore Centers Programs Asian Law Environmental Law Global Crisis Leadership Health Law Human Rights Law Intellectual Property Law International Comparative Law State Government Law Students here can explore centers and programs for an indepth approach to one or more areas of the law Focus your studies and get ahead You can choose to concentrate on a specific area of study in order to better meet your career goals Read more Meet Our Faculty Staff Law Library Alumni Donors Current Students Put Law Into Practice McKinney School of Law Put Law Into Practice Moot Court Intramural Competition Judge FAQ Law School Clinic Externships Advanced Course Related Experience ACRE Pro Bono Program Moot Court Intramural Competition Award Winners Advocate Response Form Advocate FAQ Judge Response Form Judge FAQ Sample Score Sheet Interscholastic Competitions Moot Court Boards Order of the Barristers Moot Court Faculty Staff Donate to Moot Court NPRMCC Law Reviews Legal Writing Program Study Abroad Chinese Law Program Sun Yat sen Summer Program Moot Court Staton Intramural Competition Judge FAQ Who can be a judge Current students who are members of the Order of the Barristers law school graduates law professors and legal practitioners can all be judges How do I become a judge

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  • Sample Score Sheet: Staton Intramural Competition: Moot Court: Put Law Into Practice: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    Moot Court competitions Real world experience is part of the curriculum IU McKinney law students help clients get justice in the law clinic program Read more Plan Your Career Job Search Preparation Online Career Center Internet Resources Professional Organizations Judicial Clerkship Guide On Campus Interview Program Where Our Graduates Work ABA Employment Summary Reports Pro Bono Program Office of Professional Development OPD IU McKinney law students find work in a variety of rewarding fields A lifetime of career assistance IU McKinney Law offers career services to students and alumni alike including access to an exclusive database of job openings in the legal profession Read more Explore Centers Programs Asian Law Environmental Law Global Crisis Leadership Health Law Human Rights Law Intellectual Property Law International Comparative Law State Government Law Students here can explore centers and programs for an indepth approach to one or more areas of the law Focus your studies and get ahead You can choose to concentrate on a specific area of study in order to better meet your career goals Read more Meet Our Faculty Staff Law Library Alumni Donors Current Students Put Law Into Practice McKinney School of Law Put Law Into Practice Moot Court Intramural Competition Sample Score Sheet Law School Clinic Externships Advanced Course Related Experience ACRE Pro Bono Program Moot Court Intramural Competition Award Winners Advocate Response Form Advocate FAQ Judge Response Form Judge FAQ Sample Score Sheet Interscholastic Competitions Moot Court Boards Order of the Barristers Moot Court Faculty Staff Donate to Moot Court NPRMCC Law Reviews Legal Writing Program Study Abroad Chinese Law Program Sun Yat sen Summer Program Moot Court Staton Intramural Competition Sample Score Sheet Here is a sample summary score sheet similar to the ones the judges in the intramural competition will use Indiana University Robert H McKinney

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  • Previous Teams: Interscholastic Competitions: Moot Court: Put Law Into Practice: Robert H. McKinney School of Law: Indiana University
    more Meet Our Faculty Staff Law Library Alumni Donors Current Students Put Law Into Practice McKinney School of Law Put Law Into Practice Moot Court Interscholastic Competitions Previous Teams Law School Clinic Externships Advanced Course Related Experience ACRE Pro Bono Program Moot Court Intramural Competition Interscholastic Competitions Previous Teams Moot Court Boards Order of the Barristers Moot Court Faculty Staff Donate to Moot Court NPRMCC Law Reviews Legal Writing Program Study Abroad Chinese Law Program Sun Yat sen Summer Program Moot Court Interscholastic Competitions Previous Teams Spring 2014 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Advocates Team 1 Jesse Hawkins Dana DeBowles Kate Kelly Team 2 Rl Proie Melissa Reynolds Alyssa Taylor Coach Matt Kubacki National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Hannah Belleau Samantha Spencer and Sarah Rodenbarger Coach Eric Dannenmaier Faculty Advisor Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Adam Eakman Graham Youngs Coach Abebe Dashew The Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition Advocates Kaitlin Coons Rory Gallagher David Singleton Coach Landon Richmond Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition Advocates Team 1 Tyler Droste Stephen Abanise Team 2 Audrey Wessel Andrew Podgorny Coach Drake Land Wagner National Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Matt Miller Courtney Mills Coach Jay Riggs Fall 2013 National Criminal Procedure Competition Advocates Andrew Emhardt Shea Thompson Coach Lahny Silva Faculty Advisor National Health Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Robert Garwood Landon Richmond Coach David Orentlicher Nic Terry Faculty Advisors Spring 2013 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Advocates Team 1 Zac Karanovich Sarah Bowers Matthew Kubacki Team 2 Sarah Rodenberger David Dickmeyer Jessica Hawkins Coach Kevin Beltz National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Sarah Sharp Stephanie Boxwell Coach Jennifer Sturges Evans Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Kathleen Kelly Nick Bennett Coach Anne Medlin Lowe The Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition Advocates Danielle Teagarden Andrew Shupp Andrew Emhardt Coach Nabeela Virgee Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition Advocates Team 1 Stephen Reed Drake Land Team 2 Spardha Saroha Stephen Lewis Coach Pervin Taleyarkhan Wagner National Labor and Employment Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Jay Riggs Kyle Cray Coach Houston Hum Fall 2012 National Criminal Procedure Competition Advocates Houston Hum Nabeela Virjee Coach Lahny Silva Faculty Advisor National Health Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Alyssa Conley James Michael Bratcher Coach Brittany Kime Spring 2012 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Advocates Team 1 Aaron Bentley Leeann Pels Emily Shrock Team 2 Alex Berger Macon Jones Lara Langeneckert Coach Jenai Mehra Tulane Mardi Gras Sports Law National Moot Court Competition Advocates Chandra Hein Amber Malcolm David Vlink Coach Chris Griesl The Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition Advocates Ian Fleming Eric Grzegorski Ashley Lindenmier Coach Tyler Nusbaum Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition Advocates Ross Lerch Pervin Taleyarkhan Coach Jeffrey Gorham Fall 2011 ABCNY Advocates Ted Batson Andrew Homan Chris Weintraut Coach Leeann Pels National Health Law Moot Court Competition Advocates Javaneh Nekoomaram Kevin Small Coach Macon Jones Spring 2011 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition Advocates Team 1 Aaron Bentley Leeann Pels Emily Shrock Team

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