Following clerkship positions in the Eleventh and Third Circuits, Cass will clerk for the Supreme Court Justice during the 2024-2025 term.
Lily Moran L’22 (far left) and Amanda Smith L’22 (second from left) faced off against Hall (third from left) and Scott in this year’s hybrid event.
The annual Edwin R. Keedy Cup Finals recently concluded with Sarah Best L’21 and Kellen McCoy ’21 named as the winning team.
The 2021 Keedy Cup Finals will be held via Zoom on January 28, 2021.
Law School students prepare to argue in this year’s moot court competition.
Learn more about Penn Law’s premier moot court competition and how this year’s competitors are preparing for the big day.
The four finalists argued New Prime, Inc. v. Oliveira, a pending Supreme Court case testing whether a court or an arbitrator is the appropriate body to decide whether the Federal Arbitration Act (FAA) applies to a contract, and whether Section 1 of the FAA applies to independent contractor relationships.
Jack Heyburn L’18 and Teresa Akkara L’18 won this year’s Edwin R. Keedy Cup, Penn Law’s internal moot court competition. In addition, Paul Quincy L’18 was named Best Oralist.
Andrew D’Aversa L’17 and Aaseesh Polavarapu L’17 were named the winners of this year’s Edwin R. Keedy Cup. Andrew Steinmetz L’17 was named Best Oralist.
Doug Helman L’16, Peter Mardian L’16, and Danielle McCall L’16 were named the winners of this year’s Edwin R. Keedy Cup, the Law School’s internal moot court competition.
Jason Walta of the National Education Association explained Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association, the case for this year’s Edwin R. Keedy Cup.
Jessa DeGroote L’15 and Jacob Lefkowitz L’15 were named the winners of this year’s Edwin R. Keedy Cup, and Michael McDonald L’15 and Roger Stronach L’15 were named runners-up.