Chicago-Kent will send two teams to the 2015 National Health Law Moot Court Competition

Thursday, October 29, 2015
 Brian Dodds, Holly Venhuizen and David Welch will compete on one of two teams representing Chicago-Kent at the 2015 National Health Law Moot Court Competition.
From left: Brian Dodds, Holly Venhuizen and David Welch will compete on one of two teams representing Chicago-Kent at the 2015 National Health Law Moot Court Competition.
 Miranda Crowell, Patrick Etchingham and Samantha Gaul will compete on the other team representing Chicago-Kent at the 2015 National Health Law Moot Court Competition.
From left: Miranda Crowell, Patrick Etchingham and Samantha Gaul will compete on the other team representing Chicago-Kent at the 2015 National Health Law Moot Court Competition.

Chicago-Kent College of Law at Illinois Institute of Technology will send two teams to the National Health Law Moot Court Competition, held November 6 and 7, 2015, at Southern Illinois University School of Law in Carbondale.

Third-year students Miranda Crowell, Patrick Etchingham and Samantha Gaul will compete on one team. The other team will comprise third-year students Brian Dodds, Holly Venhuizen and David Welch.

The competition, the only one in the nation devoted to health law, is cosponsored by the SIU School of Law's Center for Health Law and Policy, the SIU School of Medicine's Department of Medical Humanities, the American College of Legal Medicine, and the American College of Legal Medicine Foundation. Teams from Chicago-Kent won the National Health Law Moot Court Competition in 1995 and 2008.

Chicago-Kent's Ilana Diamond Rovner Program in Appellate Advocacy was established in 1992. Since then, Chicago-Kent students have won numerous individual honors and regional and national competitions, including consecutive titles in the National Moot Court Competition.

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