Rich May Supports the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project

Rich May congratulates Suffolk University Law School for its successful hosting of the annual Regional Moot Court Competition of the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project, which was held on January 31, 2015.  The Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project is a national program with a chapter based at Suffolk University Law School.  The Suffolk Chapter pairs current law students with Boston area high schools to teach constitutional law as it applies to high school students.  A key aspect of the Project is the high school students’ preparation of appellate arguments to be heard at the Regional Competition, with the finalists moving on to compete at the National Competition.  Rich May served as sponsor of this year’s Regional Competition at Suffolk University, and Rich May Attorney Libbie Howley, a former Marshall-Brennan Fellow, coordinated the sponsorship and Rich May’s volunteers.
 
This year, Rich May Attorneys Mark O’Connor, Frank Gaeta, James Heffernan, David Glod, and Libbie Howley volunteered to judge the high school students arguing a Fourth Amendment issue pertaining to the search by a high school official of a student’s backpack and cell phone on school premises.  
 
Rich May congratulates all of the students at the Regional Competition for their hard work and wishes the finalists the best of luck at the National Competition in Washington, D.C. 
 
More about the Suffolk University Law School Chapter of the Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Project can be found here: www.suffolk.edu/law/careers/students/22628.php

Below from left to right: Attorneys Frank Gaeta, Libbie Howley, and Mark O'Connor. 
 
 
Below from left to right: Attorneys David Glod and Jim Heffernan. 
 



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