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Moot Court Team Places Second in Maryland Competition

The Mary and Michael Jaharis Health Law Institute sent three students to compete in the 5th Annual Health Law Regulatory & Compliance Competition at the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law​. The Competition was held on Saturday, April 2, 2016, with twelve schools from around the country competing. The Jaharis Health Law Institute is proud to announce that the DePaul team placed second overall in the competition!

The Health Law Regulatory & Compliance Competition requires teams of students to analyze a particular fact pattern using federal health regulations, rules, and agency documents, and to present a legal and policy solution to a panel of esteemed attorneys. Teams were given the fact pattern the day of the competition and given a little over an hour to review and compose their recommendation.

Third-year law student, Lana Smith, and second-year law students, Lauren Masching, RN, and Anthony Lopez, represented DePaul University College of Law. Lana, Lauren, and Anthony received extremely high praise for their contributions to the competition. DePaul looks forward to competing again next year!