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NASCAR and Charlotte School of Law are proud to co-host the inaugural NASCAR Negotiation Competition in North Carolina (“NC3”) from November 13 – 15, 2015 in Charlotte, NC.
Students from regional law schools will be invited to participate in this first-of-its-kind legal negotiation competition. The competition will focus on legal and business issues which arise frequently in NASCAR and motorsports generally. Some of most experienced and respected motorsports attorneys in America will serve as the competition judges, and there will be networking opportunities available to participating students, including a NASCAR reception on the evening of the 13th.
NASCAR and Charlotte School of law are excited to present this practice-based experience for law students. To our knowledge, this marks the first time that a law school and a professional sports governing body have partnered to present such a competition. We hope you will join us this November.
For additional details and registration information, please visit http://www.charlottelaw.edu/events/nascar-negotiation-competition-in-north-carolina/.
The Charlotte School of Law Moot Court Honor Board is pleased to announce that its Associate Justice of Intraschool Competitions (Composition) Erin Wilson has been selected to serve as a fall extern for United States Chief Judge Frank Whitney, of the Western Judicial District of North Carolina. Judge Whitney has long supported CSL, serving as guest speaker, panelist, and competition judge on countless occasions for many organizations at CSL.
Erin Wilson, CharlotteLaw Moot Court Honor Board, Associate Justice of Intraschool Competitions
Ms. Wilson will assist Judge Whitney by reviewing motions, conducting research, and drafting orders.