Rutgers Law School     


Appellate Advocacy - Summer 1997

The case argued by the students in this class in the Summer of 1997 was:
In the Matter of the Grand Jury (Jocelyn Elders).

The moot court case was based on the real case of Conant v. McCaffrey, 172 F.R.D. 681 (N.D. Cal. 1997), a case focusing on the power of the federal government to threaten the drug-writing licenses of doctors who prescribed medical marijuana as allowed by a California law.

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