Monday, April 06, 2009

Moar Work Plz

Congrats to the winners of 2009 moot court, Benjamin Holley and Lee Peifer, and the following people who advanced to the elite 8:
Team F (Lanora Pettit and Casey Lee)
Team G (Eimeric Reig and Joel Feil)
Team H (John Moran and Alex Ibrahim)
Team I (Chris Brown and Andrew Howlett)
Team K (Megan Lacy and Christine Mandell)
Team V (Joelle Perry and Clinton Dockery)
Team X (Christopher McCoy and Jin Yan)
Team CC (Fiona McCarthy and Nick Nelson)
Cool - two of these people will have their names up there next to Ted Kennedy and that other dude who was also a senator but no one remembers. Though if it were I, I'd trade it for a spot on a invitational team or, in the alternative, a week's worth of lunches at Scott Commons (FMV=130 USD). Any takers? Nothing in the rules says that the interests aren't transferable or substitutions aren't allowed . . .

EDIT: Some random analysis . . . eight of these people are on law review, four were H'10...

Previously:
He Must Have Cheated!

Related:
Those About to Work (Really Hard) . . . We Salute You! (over-lap alert)

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not the most impartial post, but kudos to everyone!

Anonymous said...

Interesting. I am pretty sure that there were five teams that picked up the problem on Monday. Then, five of the first six to pick it up on Wednesday advanced. I guess the early bird really does get the worm.

Anonymous said...

FYI-It's Lee Peifer, not Pfeifer.

Rule 12 (f) said...

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Anonymous said...

And 4 were E'10! Those must have been some really smart sections.

Anonymous said...

yea - that conlaw class must have been intense!

Anonymous said...

Congrats to all (tho no one cares -- all that matters are the final 2, maybe the final 4).

Anonymous said...

this list is like a whos who of gunners

Anonymous said...

Thanks, 7:09 PM! It's nice to know that one's hard work does not go unnoticed.

Anonymous said...

If by "intense" you mean "taught by a liberal nut," then yes. The class was "intense."

Anonymous said...

7:25, hahaha! so you were in that class, too?

7:09, they're not all gunners.

Anonymous said...

Typical conlaw hypo: "So, let's say hypothetically that President Bush just randomly decided to detain all [some ethnic / religious / political minority], as part of the the illegal Iraq war in conjunction with the unconstitutional DOMA and a plot to steal another election - what does the dormant commerce clause have to say about this?"

Anonymous said...

10:58,
damn, thats funny because its true. i didnt learn about anything else in that class. expect that the kid in the front liked to talk too much

Anonymous said...

H '10 has a solid 25%