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FLORIDA COASTAL SCHOOL OF LAW has won the E. Earle Zehmer Moot Court Competition in Orlando. "Our student teams have a great work ethic in preparing for these competitions," said Sander Moody, a Coastal Law professor and the Moot Court Honor Board faculty advisor. Moody also served as the team coach. "It's great to see that hard work consistently pays off in such a big way." In addition to winning the overall competition, the Coastal Law team made a clean sweep of the individual awards. Jamica Littles earned the Best Advocate Award, and Ryan Trumm received the Best Brief Award. Coastal Law's winning team was rounded out by oralist Jason Sexton. At the competition, teams are given a controversial legal issue involving workers' compensation. The finals took place in front of Judges Robert T. Benton II, Joseph Lewis, and L. Clayton Roberts of the First District Court of Appeal. Pictured from the left are Trumm, Judge Lewis, Sexton, Judge Benton, Littles, and Judge Roberts.
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Date:Sep 1, 2007
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