International Arbitration team finishes in final eight
Loyola press release - May 12, 2003
For the third consecutive year, the Loyola University New Orleans School of Law finished in the final eight in a worldwide moot court competition in Vienna, Austria held in April. One hundred twenty-eight teams from 40 countries competed in the tenth annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Court.
The 30 U.S. law schools beginning the competition included Columbia, Cornell, Harvard, Northwestern, Michigan State University, and Tulane. Of these, only Loyola University made to the final eight.
The team members were John Young, who won a top oralist award, Susan Bryson and Anjie Raymond. The coach for the team was Henry D. Gabriel, De Van Dagget Professor of Law.