Moot court team wins religious freedom competition in Italy
A team of four Notre Dame Law School students won an international religious freedom moot court competition last week in Bologna, Italy.
Notre Dame 2Ls Lawrence Wesco, Megan Ball, Cristina Sanchez, and Jackson Blais won the competition, which was held March 6-7 in conjunction with a conference on freedom of religion at the European Academy of Religion. The competition was organized by Professor Andrea Pin of the University of Padua.
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