College of Law > About > News > DePaul moot court team earns top honors in Chinese intellectual property competition
By DePaul University College of Law /
June 4, 2014 /
Posted in: Experiential Learning, Faculty News /
A DePaul College of Law moot court team
comprised of four first-year students placed third in the 2014 Beijing
Foreign Studies University-Wanhuida Cup Intellectual Property Moot Court
Competition in Beijing, China, on May 24 and 25.
Teammates Precious Allen, Joseph Klein, Destinee Moyer and Shin Young
Jo competed against 13 teams from Australia, China, Taiwan and the
United States. DePaul's brief was ranked 4th overall and team member Precious Allen won the competition's Best Oralist Award. Shin Young Jo also was recognized as an outstanding oralist.
Professor Len Cavise coached the team in Beijing, and professors
Michael Grynberg, Joshua Sarnoff, Anthony Volini and Michael Graham
prepared the team prior to the competition.
The BFSU-Wanhuida Cup, now in its seventh year, is organized by
Beijing Foreign Studies University, a longstanding partner of DePaul’s Asian Legal Studies Institute, directed by Professor Jerold Friedland.