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Representation of the Keedy Cup display, which was installed in April.THE KEEDY CUP Competition holds a special place in the memories of its participants. Now, the Cup itself resides in an equally special place in the law school’s building. Winners and finalists in Penn Law’s highest moot court competition are immortalized in a display in the Levy Conference Center. The display, which is mounted on a wall near the entrance to the conference center, features the names of all past participants. “This is the kind of memorial that a law school should have to honor its traditions,” said Earl Franklin L’68, one of the Keedy Cup winners who offered financial support for the project. “Having something tangible like this, and being able to associate the honor with real people and track the tradition year by year, gives it a greater reality.”

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