Three Kline students won first place at the Eighth Annual Health Law Regulatory & Compliance Competition hosted by the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law on Feb. 16.
3Ls Dale Cooke and Stephanie Noblit and 1L Whitney Petrie won the competition, which puts students in the shoes of regulatory and compliance attorneys.
A second team of 2Ls Bryce Kleeman, Brianna Alunni and 3L Matthew Kelley also represented the Kline School of Law in the competition.
Each team receives just 90 minutes to study a fact pattern about a hypothetical situation involving a health care organization or company and then provide advice to a panel of judges who play the role of board members to the entity in question.
Cooke and Kleeman coached their peers in the competition, and each served as captain of one team.