Napster gets its day in court


moot court hearing

Elizabeth Fall photo

17 April 2001 | Law student Renee Jansen argues on behalf of Napster, Inc., in a moot court hearing April 9 at the School of Law. Representing the petitioner, A&M Records, Inc., was Boalt Hall student James Toma.

Jansen and Toma were the finalists in the James Patterson McBaine Honors Moot Court Competition, an annual contest for second and third-year law students.

Presiding over the moot U.S. Supreme Court hearing were three very real U.S. Court of Appeals judges Betty Binns Fletcher, Sandra Lynch, and Diana Gribbon Motz.


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