UC - Hastings Makes Winning Argument at BMI/Cardozo School of Law Moot Court Competition

Posted in News on March 14, 2016

For the 29th year, BMI has sponsored the BMI Cardozo Copyright Law Moot Court Competition to provide students the opportunity to study, experience, and compete in cutting edge cases of entertainment and copyright law. A highly regarded event, teams of students from law schools across the country presented their arguments for a selected intellectual property/copyright case. The final round judges and participants are pictured (L-R): Hon. Jeffery Meyer (District of Connecticut), competitors and first place winners, Joseph Govea and Brianna Howard (University of California - Hastings), Hon. Cheryl Ann Krause (Third Circuit Court of Appeals), Hon. Frank Maas (Southern District of New York), BMI’s Vice President Legal Affairs Joe DiMona and competitors and runners-up, Molly Baltimore and Aaron Lichter (New York University). Joe DiMona gave the keynote address at the opening reception of the competition.