Loyola Law Student Still Standing at Final Bell
Ladies and Gentlemen…
On March 14, 2019, the at-capacity crowd in the ceremonial Federal Courtroom at the Dirksen U.S. Courthouse in Chicago, IL, buzzed with anticipatory excitement. The audience gathered for this evening’s presentation of arguments was not the typical smattering of members of the public, interested parties, and news reporters. Rather, the audience sitting in the gallery consisted of attorney members of the Richard Linn American Inn of Court, an organization committed to the principles of professionalism, civility, and ethics in the practice of intellectual property law. The attorney members and guests, such as myself, were in attendance for the Annual Oral Advocacy Challenge. This event involves Inn participants in oral arguments regarding current IP issues for which there is no settled law before a panel of actual judges that simulates proceedings before appellate court judges.
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