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2004-2005 Competition Highlights

Twentieth Annual William E. McGee National Civil Rights Moot Court Competition

Members of the finals panel, back row from left to right, Hennepin County District Court Judge Lloyd Zimmerman, Chief Judge Edward Toussaint, Jr. and Judge Natalie E. Hudson of the Minnesota Court of Appeals, Counsel for the Minnesota Housing Finance Agency, Assistant Attorney General James E. Dinerstein and Jack Cann, Esq. of the Housing Preservation Project pose with the first and second place teams, front row from left to right, Andrea Fazel, who was also named Best Oral Advocate of the Preliminary Rounds, and Laura Warner of First Place University of California at Davis School of Law on the left and Holly Keyser, Lavern J. Wilson and Vincent Beilman of Second Place Stetson University College of Law.


Judge Natalie E. Hudson of the Minnesota Court of Appeals and McGee Competition Faculty Advisor, Carl Warren, present the First Place winners Andrea Fazel, who was also named Best Oral Advocate of the Preliminary Rounds, and Laura Warner of the University of California at Davis School of Law.


Members of the Second Place team Vincent Beilman, Lavern J. Wilson and Holly Keyser of Stetson University College of Law pose with their coach, Prof. Ann Piccard.


Chief Judge Edward Toussaint, Jr. of the Minnesota Court of Appeals presents the winners of the Best Brief and Third Place awards, Faculty Advisor Prof. Deborah Paruch, Brett Miller, Caryn Gordon and John Schuring of the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law.


The 2004-2005 Competition Administration Team: Administrative Directors SuSu Khine, Catherine Kim, Nicholas Wallace and Research Assistant Jennifer Lee.