A $2,000 Plate at Brooklyn Law School
Alumni Offered Personalized Name Plates in Moot Court Room
JORALEMON STREET — Brooklyn Law School (BLS) alumni are being offered the opportunity for “lifetime recognition” in the Jerome Prince Moot Court Room, where seats are available for personal dedication.
“A seat dedication is a meaningful way to commemorate your personal experience, or honor someone important to you,” the law school states. “Whether you participated in the moot court program or not, this is an opportunity for all BLS alumni to become a lasting part of the Jerome Prince Moot Court Room.”
An engraved plate can be purchased for $2,000 ($1,000 for alumni who graduated within the last 10 years). The Moot Court Room is located on the seventh floor of the school’s main building at 250 Joralemon St. in Downtown Brooklyn.
Jerome Prince, renowned evidence scholar, teacher, and author of “Prince on Evidence,” served as dean of BLS from 1953-1971. The Moot Court Room is used by students to practice their appellate arguments throughout the academic year and is host to the annual Prince Competition, as well as serving as a venue for a variety of lectures, presentations and guest speakers.
“Unlike other honors or groups, the Moot Court Honor Society not only helps students hone necessary skills in advocating, but our members are the face of BLS at their competitions around the country,” said Scott H. Reing, current president of the honor society. “We represent to other schools what BLS is about: professionalism and dedication.”
For more information, call the school’s Development Office at (718) 780-7505.
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