Wayne Law Students Competed at McGee National Civil Rights Law Moot Court Competition
Micah Wright (2L) and Akshita Verma (2L) both competed as oralists at the McGee National Civil Rights Law Moot Court Competition from March 1-3. The pair advanced to the semi-final rounds of the competition.
The William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition is an inter-scholastic appellate moot court competition. Its goals are to promote interest in all areas of civil rights law and to help interested students develop the oral advocacy and writing skills essential to be successful appellate practitioners.