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November 14, 2007

Three judges stand behind chairs on the bench

Credit: Phil Farnsworth

Case: Worldwide People’s Temple v. Rasmussen

A writ of certiorari is granted on the following two questions:

  1. Does 29 C.F.R. § 1601.28(a)(2) validly authorize the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission to issue a right to sue letter in fewer than 180 days from the charge in a Title VII case?
  2. Does a “ministerial exception” create immunity for a religious organization from employment discrimination claims brought by a music teacher/service leader against the organization?

Read the Appendix (Record on Appeal)

Judges

Hon. Antonin Scalia LL.B ’60, Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court
Hon. Carlos Lucero, U.S. Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit
Hon. Debra Livingston ’84, U.S. Court of Appeals Second Circuit

Teams

Teams

Belva Ann Lockwood Memorial Team

Petitioners

Miriam Achtenberg
Chiraag Bains
Elizabeth Barchas, Oralist
Daniel Klaff
Amy Mendenhall
Tejinder Singh, Best Oralist

The Oliver Hill Memorial Team

Respondents

Best Brief, Best Overall

Shannon R. Delahaye
Joseph H. Dvorkin
Frederick B. Fedynyshyn, Oralist
Adam Hosmer-Henner, Oralist
Yelena Konanova
David Oliwenstein

Watch the video: 2007 Ames Moot Court Competition Final Round Worldwide People's Temple v. Rasmussen 01:33 11/14/2007