Moot team takes top honors in 6th Annual Tulane National Baseball Arbitration Competition

Pace Law School took top honors in the 6th Annual Tulane National Baseball Arbitration Competition held this past weekend, beating out teams from 40 other law schools from across the country. The team consisted of Greg Dreyfuss (class of 2013), Dan Masi (class of 2013), and Jared Hand (coach and class of 2012), pictured above left to right. The Tulane Sports Law Society sponsored the moot competition.

“The Competition’s main goal is to provide participants with the opportunity to sharpen their oral and written advocacy skills,” said Pace Law Prof. Louis Fasulo. “This moot competition is unique in that it permits law students to sharpen these skills within the specialized context of Major League Baseball’s salary arbitration proceedings. This year over forty teams from law schools across the country competed for two days in simulated salary arbitrations modeled closely on the procedures used by Major League Baseball.”

News of the competition and Pace Law’s victory was featured in a blog on ESPN as well as “The Star-Ledger” and “The New York Law Journal.”

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2 Responses to “Moot team takes top honors in 6th Annual Tulane National Baseball Arbitration Competition”

  1. This is a fabulous achievement for Pace Law School. Congrats to Greg, Dan, and Jared!

  2. Hey Guys,

    Excellent stuff!