University of Pittsburgh

Murray S. Love Trial Moot Court Competition Champions Announced

Publish Date/Time: 
April 2, 2014

Pictured, from left to right, is Alex J. Livingston, Class of '15, finalist; M. Gerald Mensah, Class of '15, finalist; Patty Love Anouchi, widow of Murray S. Love; Jordan Elizabeth Berty, Class of '15, co-champion; Rebecca E. Kennedy, Class of '15, co-champion.

Congratulations to all of the finalists in Pitt Law's 34th annual Murray S. Love Trial Moot Court Competition - Jordan Elizabeth Berty, Rebecca E. Kennedy, M. Gerald Mensah, and Alex J. Livingston. Berty and Kennedy prevailed over the team of Mensah and Livingston in the final round held Wednesday, March 5th. The guest judge for the final round was the Honorable Mark R. Hornak of the United States District Court.

Read more about the Murray S. Love Trial Moot Court Competition here.  

About Murray S. Love

Murray S. Love graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 1954 and was a distinguished trial attorney in the Pittsburgh area. After his untimely death, his friends, family, and law firm created a fund to underwrite a mock trial competition in his memory. Murray Love's widow, Patty Love Anouchi, and nephew, Paul Supowitz, continue to support the school and competition. The first Murray S. Love Mock Trial Competition took place in 1981.

 

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