Maine Law students awarded Best Brief at Bryant-Moore Invitational Moot Court Competition

Bryant-Moore Moot Court Competition: Best BriefMaine Law students Erin Swanson ’17 and Thomas DiBiase ’17 recently competed in the Bryant-Moore Invitational Moot Court Competition. They were awarded Best Brief and advanced to the semi-finals round of the competition.

Established in 2003, the Bryant-Moore Invitational is held annually at Howard University Law School. It is one of the premier civil rights competitions in the nation, and is named in honor of the Honorable William B. Bryant and the Honorable Luke Charles Moore.

“For me, the whole process was an incredible learning experience,” said team-member Erin Swanson. “The competition was an inspiring weekend of engagement in the field of civil rights law. “

The Bryant-Moore Invitational was held on March 3-4, 2017. Prior to the competition, Toby Franklin ’17 worked with Erin and Thomas to prepare their oral arguments.