The Daily Californian, January 19, 2011 by Alisha Azevedo
Sotomayor agreed to judge the competition because of the law school’s prestige, Gluss said. “Our students win or place in national competitions each year, besting their peers in other top-tier law schools,” she said. “The chance to parry with such bright students is a compelling one.”
“She’s a very exacting jurist—she does her homework and knows the facts and ins and outs of the cases. Students will find that she’s incredibly well-prepared and that they will need to bring their A-game to the competition,” Murray said.