Monday, November 21, 2005

University Of Tulsa Law Students Win National Health Law Moot Court Competition

Students from the University of Tulsa College of Law captured first and second place at the 14th annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition.The competition was hosted by Southern Illinois University. TU's victories marked the first time in the history of the national competition that the same law school had both teams advance to the final round.Third-year law students Jason Lile and Bryan Harrington captured first place, while the team of second-year students Wendy Higgins and Jaimee Reid took first runner-up.Lile was awarded the national "Best Overall Oralist" award and will receive an individual $500 scholarship.

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