Law School Team Wins The Americas Regional Round Of The Price Media Law Moot Court Competition

The competition, run by the University of Oxford, deals with cutting-edge issues in international and media law.

The University of Pennsylvania Carey Law School won the Americas Regional Round of the Monroe E. Price Media Law Moot Court Competition this past month.

The Price Media Law Moot Court is a world-wide, international competition run by the University of Oxford that deals with cutting-edge issues in international and media law.

Each year, competitors participate in qualifying regional rounds before moving to the finals. Diana Cummiskey L’21 and Nithya Pathalam L’23 argued for Applicants, while Danuta Egle L’22 and Tiffany Keung L’22 argued for Respondents.

Both teams were supported by their excellent Of-Counsels, Meri Baghdasaryan LLM’21and Nikki Bourassa L’23 WG’23.

The Law School team will compete in the Finals this April held virtually at Oxford.

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