Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

The Judging Panel: The Honorable Raymond Kethledge (left), The Honorable Roger L. Gregory (center), and The Honorable Amul R. Thapar (right)

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

L to R: Hon. Raymond M. Kethledge, '93; Hon. Roger L. Gregory, '78; and Hon. Amul R. Thapar, a graduate of UC Berkeley Law.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

The event was held in 100 Hutchins Hall.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

Danny Lewin arguing on behalf of the Defendant (Petitioner).

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

The audience of students and faculty members.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

Kate Gilbert presenting an argument on behalf of the Plaintiffs (Respondents).

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

Dean Evan Caminker and Prof. Philip Frost, director of the Legal Practice Program.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

Judge Gregory makes remarks.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

Danny Lewin and Kate Gilbert take sides.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

Danny Lewin, for the Petitioner, won the competition.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

The finalists congratulate each other on work well done.

Campbell Moot Court Final, April 2, 2012

Dean Caminker shakes the winner's hand.

Henry M. CAMPBELL MOOT COURT COMPETITION FINAL ROUND On April 2, 2Ls Daniel Lewin (on behalf of the Petitioner) and Kathryn Gilbert (on behalf of the Respondents)  faced off in the final round of the Henry M. Campbell Moot Court Competition. The question presented was: "Is the minimum care provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act a constitutional exercise of Congress's Commerce power?" 

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