UC Davis School of Law’s “Neumiller Moot Court Competition”

The Annual Neumiller Moot Court Competition held by UC Davis School of Law is named after Irving L. Neumiller.  Known as an outstanding trial lawyer, Irving was credited with founding the Firm’s litigation department. The annual Neumiller Competition is the final round of the year-long Moot Court competition. Top students from the appellate advocacy course are selected to compete in front of a panel of distinguished judges. The Moot Court Program strives to develop excellence in appellate advocacy and legal research within an atmosphere of fair and honest competition.  The event takes place April 9th in the Kalmanovitz Appellate Courtroom, and is open to the public. 
This is quite an honor to have this competition named after Mr. Neumiller, and we are very proud to sponsor this event named after him.
The panel this year includes Justice Goodwin Liu (CA Supreme Court) and Judge Consuelo Callahan (US Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit).  The financial contribution to sponsor this year’s competition allows the UC Davis moot court board to continue to send their competition teams across the country and expand on the reach of the organization. Specifically to the Neumiller Competition, the firm’s contribution allows the board greater flexibility to look outside of California and pull from esteemed judges across the country.

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