E. Earle Zehmer National Moot Court Preliminary Rounds A & B and Sweet Sixteen Round

Sunday
1:30 – 5:45 pm

Grand Ballrooms 9 – 14, Crystal Ballrooms A, B, C, D, E & F
Convention Level


2019 Moot Court Problem

Celebrating 32 years of existence this year, the E. Earle Zehmer National Moot Court Competition will include 24 teams from 9 states. Co-sponsored by the NAWCJ and WCI, the preliminary rounds are judged by members of the NAWCJ. The final round on Monday is judged by a panel of the Florida First District Court of Appeal. The competition is outstanding and the participants exceptional. This opportunity for NAWCJ and WCI to contribute to the students’ development is both exciting and gratifying. A primary purpose of this competition is to enhance workers’ compensation as a major part of the educational curriculum of participating law schools.

Participants:
Baylor Law School (Texas)
Campbell University, Wiggins School of
Law (North Carolina)
Florida A&M University, College of Law
(Florida)
Florida Coastal School of Law (Florida)
Florida International University, College of
Law (Florida)
Florida State University, College of Law
(Florida)
Lincoln Memorial University, Duncan
School of Law (Tennessee)
Michigan State University, College of Law
(Michigan)
Mississippi College, School of Law
(Mississippi)
Nova S.E. University, Shepard Broad Law
Center (Florida)
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law,
Arizona State University (Arizona)
Southern University Law Center (Louisiana)
University of Florida, Frederic G. Levin
College of Law (Florida)
University of Louisville, Brandeis School of
Law (Kentucky)
University of Miami, School of Law (Florida)

Organizers:
Jacqueline B. Steele
Attorney
McConnaughhay, Coonrod, Pope, Weaver & Stern, PA
Sarasota, FL

Richard A. Sicking
Attorney
Touby, Chait & Sicking, PL
Miami, FL

Tracey J. Hyde
Attorney
McConnaughhay, Coonrod, Pope, Weaver & Stern, PA
Panama City, FL

Amie DeGuzman
Attorney
The Law Office of John J. Rahaim
Jacksonville, FL

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