Rutgers Law School     


Appellate Advocacy - Summer 2002

The case argued by the students in this class in the Summer of 2002 was Lesley Lovey v. Estate of Lester Lovell.

The moot court case was loosely based on the real case of Sopko v. Slackman (In re Estate of Roccamonte), 174 N.J. 381 (2002), a case focusing on the nature of a palimony claim and the relief available when someone promises "support for life."

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