Haub Law’s Advocacy Team Advances to Semi-finals at Prestigious NYCBA National Moot Court Regional Competition

November 20, 2022
NYCBA Advocacy Team

The Elisabeth Haub School of Law’s Advocacy Team advanced to the semi-finals at the prestigious National Moot Court Regional Competition held November 17, co-sponsored by the New York City Bar Association and the American College of Trial Lawyers. Haub Law students Francine Michel (3L) and Kathryn Facelle (3L) represented Haub Law in the regional competition held at the New York City Bar Association, advancing to the semi-finals and placing among the top 4 teams. Notably, the team’s brief was ranked fifth out of the entire competition as well. The Haub Law team was coached by Adjunct Professor Jennifer Arlin.

“We were honored to participate in this intense competition,” said Haub Law Trial Advocacy Team Member, Kathryn Facelle. “I am proud of what we accomplished and we could not have advanced as far as we did without the support of the entire Haub Law Trial Advocacy team and our coach.”

The National Moot Court Competition is an annual inter-law school event designed to promote the art of appellate advocacy. “The success of our team is a tribute to their hard wok, exceptional skill and  committed coaching,” said Director of Advocacy Programs at Haub Law, Louis V. Fasulo. “Professor Arlin’s leadership has helped us to elevate the skills of all the students in our moot program. We are competing with the best and I am so proud of how our Program continues to evolve.”

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