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THE FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY College of Law trial team captured first place in the Southeast Region of the American Association for Justice National Student Trial Advocacy Competition. Held in Atlanta, the competition featured 16 teams from 10 law schools and was FIU's first time participating in the event. Coached by Professors H.T. Smith and H. Scott Fingerhut, and led by students David Baroff, Victoria Bechtold Kush, Jamie Gurtov, and Alexander A. Williams, FIU then joined the winners from 13 other regions across the country to compete in the national finals in West Palm Beach. Pictured from the left are V. Danielle Morris, Loressa Felix, Thomas Bellinder, Kush, Smith, Baroff, Scott Strauss, Williams, and Gurtov.
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Date:Aug 1, 2008
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