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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Registration Open for 2015-2016 National Health Law Moot Court Competition

I'm posting this on behalf of my colleague Cheryl Anderson, who directs our moot court programs at SIU School of Law. This is a great competition. If your school hasn't sent a team to this, you should apply. The problems are always excellent, and the level of competition is superb. Plus, Carbondale is a nice place in the fall.

The American College of Legal Medicine, the Southern Illinois University School of Law, and the Southern Illinois University School of Medicine, Department of Medical Humanities will once again jointly sponsor the 2015-2016 National Health Law Moot Court Competition.  The Competition, our twenty-fourth, will be held on November 6 and 7, 2015 at the Southern Illinois University School of Law in Carbondale, Illinois.  With the support of the American College of Legal Medicine, as in past years, several scholarship grants will be awarded.  We have been extremely pleased with the Competition over the last several years and look forward to an even better competition in 2015-2016.

On-line registration for the competition is now open at this link: http://law.siu.edu/academics/center-programs/health-law-policy/health-competition.html.  Local hotel and location information will be posted at a later date.  We would appreciate it if you would forward this email to the appropriate person at your school for their information.  You can also watch for the brochure which will be mailed soon.

If you have any questions, please send them to mootct@siu.edu or you may call our Moot Court Board Assistant, Kristy White, at 618/453.8299 or email her at kristyw@siu.edu.

We hope to see a team from your school at the Competition in November.

Cheryl Anderson
Director of Moot Court Programs
Southern Illinois University
School of Law, M/C 6804                                      
1150 Douglas Drive                                      
Carbondale, IL  62901


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