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Confronted with a constant barrage of questions from a bench of judges that included Felix Frankfurter, Byrne Professor of Administrative Law, the Honorable Stanley E. Qua, Massachusetts justice, and John J. Burns, former counsel for the SEC, the Holmes Law Club defeated the Williston Club in the second round of the quarter-final Ames Competition last light.
To the two clubs the case last night meant a chance to enter the semi-finals of the famed Ames Competition next fall. Established in 1910, the Ames Award is the highest aspiration of the numerous clubs at the Law School. Eight clubs, all composed of second year students, earned the right to enter the quarter-finals.
The argument in Langdell Court room centered around the appeal of a factory owner for an injunction ordering sit-down strikers to evacuate a factory when the strike resulted from a breach of a collective bargaining agreement by the employer.
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