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DePaul team wins best memorial, third place honors at Beijing air law moot court competition

Team members Christopher Ginn, Sarah Beaujour, Patrick Jones (coach) and Barbara Munube.
In only its second year of participation, a DePaul College of Law team took third place (applicant side) at the Leiden Sarin International Air Law Moot Court Competition, held April 9-12 in Beijing, China. 

The DePaul law student team of Sarah Beaujour, Christopher Ginn and Barbara Munube submitted two sets of memorials and delivered oral arguments four times over two days at the sixth annual event. In addition to bringing home third place honors, the team also scored a best-in-competition award for its written memorial for the applicant side. 

Patrick Jones (JD ’99) served as coach and accompanied the team to Beijing. 

The Leiden Sarin Moot Court is organized by Leiden University and the Sarin Foundation. Twenty-two teams from fifteen countries participated in this year’s competition. The 2016 event will be held in Jakarta, Indonesia. ​