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Boston College Law School

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Transactional lawyering meet at Drexel

Drexel hosted the second Transactional Lawyering Meet for law students this weekend.  Karl Okamoto did yeoman's work in organizing it again.  

Congratulations to Michael Woronoff's team at UCLA for going to the final round!  BC Law and UC Davis also had teams at the meet.   Both teams did well - getting to the semi-final round.  I'm sure Afra - like me - will be gearing up early to take on the Bruin team next time around.

Congratulations to everyone who participated.  We should definitely be doing more of this kind of event for students who have an interest in transactional lawyering.


Update:  Of course - I'd be remiss if I didn't congratulate the winning team from the Western New England College School of Law.  I recently had the pleasure of attending a conference on Wilkes v Springside Nursing Home at the Western New England College School of Law.  It's a great place, so their success is no surprise!   

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