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GRGB Attorneys Lead MU Moot Court Team to Regional Victory

GRGB’s Luczak Lead MU Moot Court Team to Regional Victory

The Milwaukee, Wisconsin based trial and litigation law firm, Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown (GRGB) is proud to announce that two of their attorneys, Jason Luczak and another GRGB attorney are serving as team coaches for one of Marquette University’s (MU) Moot Court teams. The pair recently led their team of oral advocates to a regional victory in the in the National Moot Court Competition (NMCC). The team will now advance to the National Moot Court Competition Finals in February 2014 in New York City. This is the first time since 1974 that an MU team has made it to the finals in this prestigious competition.

The National Moot Court Competition is one of nation’s oldest and most respected competitions. The event is co-sponsored by the New York City Bar Association and the American College of Trial Lawyers. This year’s regional events, which take place across the country in the month November, featured over 190 teams from 124 law schools. Only 30 of those teams will advance to the New York City finals, which are held in the House of the historic New York City Bar Association.

“It is a thrill to work with such skilled student lawyers,” Notes Luczak. “The maturity and growth they showed not only in preparation for the regional event, but also during competition were remarkable. I look forward to seeing their continued skill development as we prepare for competition in New York.”

Both GRGB attorneys were involved in Moot Court Competitions while in law school and understand the value of this type of competition “Moot court is an excellent way to start honing your skills and developing your style as a future attorney. These competitions really help prepare future litigators to face actual courtroom experiences,” Luczak states.

During the National Moot Court Competition Finals, the student attorneys will have the prestigious honor of arguing before prominent members of the legal profession. “Making it to the finals in this competition is a phenomenal accomplishment,” Luczak adds. “The experiences these students gain through the event are sure to be a huge benefit as they move into their professional careers,” he concludes.

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