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SAS Wins State Championship in 2013 Moot Court

 SAS Wins State Championship in 2013 Moot Court

Photo from left to right, SAS Teacher Dr. Derrick Johnson, SAS Senior Jennifer Mosquera, and SAS Senior Lisset Pino-Ros with the SAS competition from Lincoln High School in Tallahassee at the Florida Supreme Court.

Miami, May 6, 2013 - SAS Wins State Championship in 2013 Moot Court

The School for Advanced Studies’ (SAS) Moot Court Team competed in the Florida Moot Court Competition in Tallahassee, on May 2-3, 2013. The team, comprised of Jennifer Mosquera and Lisset Pino-Ros, advanced through various levels, ultimately arguing their case in the final round at the Florida Supreme Court. The final round was judged by the Florida Supreme Court Justices.

The SAS team was selected as the 2013 Florida State Moot Court Champions. This is the second time in three years that SAS has placed first statewide. In 2012, the school placed second.

The competition is sponsored by the Florida Law Related Association. The SAS coach is Dr. Derrick Johnson, SAS AP American government teacher.

 




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