Local Business Hosts Awards Luncheon for AASU Moot Court Team


AASU assistant professor of criminal justice Becky da Cruz, center, accepts a special Recognition of Achievement Award on behalf of the university’s Moot Court program.
AASU assistant professor of criminal justice Becky da Cruz, center, accepts a special Recognition of Achievement Award on behalf of the university’s Moot Court program.

HunterMaclean, a leading business law firm with offices in Savannah and Brunswick, recently hosted a special award luncheon for members of Armstrong Atlantic State University’s Moot Court Team.

The luncheon, which took place at HunterMaclean’s Savannah office in early March, included the presentation of a Recognition of Achievement Award to the students for all their hard work during the 2011-2012 season.

“We’re delighted to honor these hard-working students at Armstrong Atlantic State University,” said Andrew H. Ernst, a partner at Hunter Maclean. Armstrong students Phil Parham, Melissa William, Dwayne Crispell and Mathew Bryarly competed in the National Moot Court Championship at Chapman Law School in Orange, California on January 13-14, 2012.

Becky da Cruz, Armstrong Atlantic State University assistant professor of criminal justice, serves as lead coach for the teams representing Armstrong.

HunterMaclean helps sponsor the Armstrong Moot Court program, making it possible for students to compete regionally and nationally.


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