CAHS wins Moot Court Competition

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Students from Charlotte Amalie High School have won the 19th annual Moot Court Competition.

The CAHS Appellee team of Natalia Hill, Rudel Hodge Jr. and Ameen Rachid beat 13 other teams from St. Croix Central High School, St. Croix Educational Complex, Ss. Peter and Paul Catholic School, Charlotte Amalie High School and Ivanna Eudora Kean High School.

While the competition provides an opportunity for high school seniors to compete for scholarship prizes, its real purpose is to teach them about the legal system in a fun way, said local attorney and Virgin Islands Bar Association President Ernest Morris Jr.

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