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Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor James Cawley Visits Temple Law

March 7, 2013 – Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor James Cawley spoke to Temple Law student leaders at the invitation of Dean JoAnne Epps. He discussed his political career, the importance of networking, and the value of volunteer work. Lt. Gov. Cawley holds an undergraduate degree from Temple University and is a member of the Temple Law Class of 1994.
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Temple Law Team Excels at International Criminal Court Moot Competition

Temple Law’s inaugural International Criminal Court (ICC) Moot Court team traveled to New York City, where they advanced to the ICCMC semi-finals round before being eliminated. It was a stellar first effort and a sure sign of much success to come . The team, which consists of Michael Encke, Keith Greenwald, Stephanie Kammer, Lauren Vogel, and Nishana Weerasooriya was assisted in their preparations by Professors Meg deGuzman, Rick Greenstein, and Jim Strazzella.
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Temple Law Fields Talented Team in Jessup International Moot Court Competition

Temple Law sent a talented team to the qualifying rounds of the Jessup International Moot Court Competition, held February 23-24 in Washington, D.C. Despite a close team loss to American University that eliminated Temple from the international rounds, team members Michael Encke and Matthew Packard took home individual Best Oralist honors. Best Oralist awards are given to the ten highest scoring competitors from a field of 128.
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