CourtCall Award to be Presented at 2015 Honor’s Reception for Graduating Students

Associate Dean of the Law School and Director of the Institute for Trial and Appellate Practice, Martin Pritikin, has selected two winners for the CourtCall Law Students Award Program.

Lane Bogard served as Internal Justice for the Moot Court Honors Board, and participated in two separate inter-school moot court competitions: the 2014 University of Minnesota Civil Rights Moot Court Competition, and the 2015 Bryant-Moore Civil Rights Moot Court Competition. In the latter competition, her team was awarded Best Brief and advanced to the quarter-final round. She served as a judicial extern for bankruptcy judge Scott C. Clarkson, and externed with the Federal Trade Commission, the Orange County District Attorney’s Office, the California Army National Guard JAG, and a private law firm, in addition to volunteering with the Public Law Center. She received the highest grade in her class in Bankruptcy Law, Criminal Law, Labor Law.

Matt Peters is a member of the Trial Advocacy Honors Board, as well as serving as a competing member of the Jessup International Moot Court team., whose brief was ranked 5th in the regional tournament. He is a Fellow with the Center for International and Comparative Law, and has held public and private externships both domestically and abroad, including with the Orange County District Attorney’s Office and the Long Beach City Prosecutor’s Office. He received the highest grade in his class in seven separate courses, including Legal Writing, Evidence, and Lawyering Skills.

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