First Place Winners at National Undergraduate Diversity Mock Trial Competition

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Students from 22 colleges and universities participated in the National Undergraduate Diversity Mock Trial Competition, hosted by The John Marshall Law School in Chicago, April 13 and 14, 2012. At the students competed for $15,000 in law school tuition waivers.

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Students competed for $15,000 in law school tuition waivers.

At the National Undergraduate Diversity Mock Trial Competition students competed for $15,000 in law school tuition waivers. The first place winners were (from second left) Kariette Fleming of Monroe College in New York; Ron Jove Ramirez of Lewis University in Illinois; and Anthony McDaniel of the University of Missouri-Kansas City. They are congratulated by Associate Dean Rory Smith (left) of The John Marshall Law School and Nicole Price (right), director of Diversity, Inclusiveness and Affinity Relations at Suffolk University Law School. Students from 22 colleges and universities participated in the competition, hosted by John Marshall in Chicago, April 13 and 14, 2012.

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