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          UC Hastings Crowned Champions at National Criminal Procedure Competition!

          3L Isabel da Roza and Snodgrass Champion & 3L Ashish Sudhakaran "wow" judges, sweep through awards. Writeup by Toni Young '76, Assistant Dean of Legal Research & Writing and Moot Court.
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          ICYMI: UC Hastings Moot Court went to San Diego and took home a National Championship in November. 

          After seven rounds of competition at the 27th Annual National Criminal Procedure Tournament (held at the Hall of Justice in Downtown San Diego), UC Hastings entered the final round for the second year in a row. There, 3L Isabel da Roza and Snodgrass Champion and 3L Ashish Sudhakaran wowed their judges, earning redemption for last year’s second place finish. Ashish and Isabel swept through the awards, earning 1st and 9th place oralist awards and taking home the 2nd place petitioner brief recognition.

          A very special thank you to student coach and 3L Mona Razani and alumni coach Missy Kendra ’13 for their experience and knowledge in shaping this Championship team.

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