Albany Law Hosts 22 Law Schools for National Competition

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Date: 02/24/2012

Twenty-four teams from 22 law schools around the country competed at Albany Law School in the 24th Annual Domenick L. Gabrielli Competition, held Thursday, Feb. 23, through Saturday, Feb. 25.

Each year the competition focuses on emerging and controversial issues in family law. Teams of two to three current law students compete in both written and oral advocacy skills, and they are judged by prominent members of the local bar association, state and federal judges, Albany Law School professors, and members of the Albany Law Moot Court Board.

Participating law schools included:

  • American University, Washington College of Law (Washington, DC)
  • Brooklyn Law School (Brooklyn, NY)
  • Florida State University College of Law (Tallahassee, FL)
  • John Marshall Law School (Chicago, IL)
  • Louisiana State University, Paul M. Herbert Law Center (Baton Rouge, LA)
  • New York Law School (New York, NY)
  • North Carolina Central University School of Law (Durham, NC)
  • Northern Kentucky University, Salmon P. Chase College of Law (Highland Heights, KY)
  • Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center (Fort Lauderdale-Davie, FL)
  • Quinnipiac University School of Law (Hamden, CT)
  • Roger Williams University School of Law (Bristol, RI)
  • Seton Hall University School of Law (Newark, NJ) (sending 2 teams)
  • Syracuse University College of Law (Syracuse, NY)
  • Touro College, Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center (Central Islip, NY)
  • University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Bowen School of Law (Little Rock, AR)
  • University of Baltimore School of Law (Baltimore, MD)
  • University of Chicago Law School (Chicago, IL)
  • University of Mississippi School of Law (University, MS)
  • Valparaiso University School of Law (Valparaiso, IN)
  • Wake Forest University School of Law (Winston-Salem, NC)
  • West Virginia University College of Law (Morgantown, WV)
  • Widener University School of Law (Harrisburg, PA) (sending 2 teams)