AHLA Sponsors the 30th Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition and Celebrates Participants and Winners
- November, 06, 2021
AHLA is delighted to celebrate the winners of the Annual National Health Law Moot Court Competition. This competition, now in its 30th year, is hosted by the Southern Illinois University School of Law with the American Health Law Association and the American College of Legal Medicine as supporting sponsors. AHLA’s CEO and Executive Vice President, David S. Cade, participated as a judge in this year’s competition that attracted students representing law schools from across the country.
The first-place team members received complimentary registration to the AHLA Annual Meeting and the second and third place team members received complimentary registration to the Association’s Fundamentals of Health Law program. The first, second, and third place winning teams all received a copy of AHLA’s Fundamentals of Health Law publication as well as cash prizes.
- Third Place: Team from University of California-Hastings College of Law
Taylor Boyle & Anushka Silva
- Second Place: Team from Seton Hall University School of Law
Julianna Dzwierzynski, Bryan Hahm, and Leslie Veloz
- First Place: Team from Texas Tech University School of Law
Jacey DuBois and Lawson Hamilton
“As an organization committed to maintaining excellence in health law by educating and connecting the health law community, our Association is a proud sponsor of the 30th Annual Health Law Moot Court Competition,” comments Mr. Cade. “I’m honored to have represented AHLA and participate as a judge at this year’s competition.”
AHLA offers complimentary subscriptions to law students. Student Subscribers gain access to AHLA’s online community of health law professionals, exclusive health law news and analysis publications, and discounted rates to AHLA’s year-round foundational and topical programs.