February 17, 2012
Transactional Lawyering Meet
So the third annual Transactional Lawyering Meet sponsored by Prof. Karl Okamoto and the folks at Drexel is underway. This time, it's bigger and better than ever. Demand for the meet was so high that it has been organized into preliminary regional rounds to be followed by a national competition. I'm here at the Western New England University School of Law in Springfield, MA for the regional round with a group of students from BC Law. It looks like it's going to be a great day for the event. Eric Gouvin and the folks here at WNEC have done a great job organizing this round. Best of luck to all participants.
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Though I was not able to attend yesterday (I teach on Fridays), was proud to hear back from our Vermont Law School team, Ashley Van der Lande and Phil Foy that they will be moving on to nationals at Drexel. . . . this was a great experience for them in drafting, mark-ups and face-to-face negotiations.
Very grateful to the organizers of this event for giving interested students the opportunity to build transactional lawyering skills.
Posted by: Jennifer Taub | Feb 18, 2012 7:16:50 AM