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Buttaci Leardi & Werner Supports Seton Hall Law 2023 Giving Day with Commitment to Sponsor Interscholastic Moot Court Program’s Health Law Competition for Five Years

Buttaci Leardi & Werner is pleased to announce its support of Seton Hall Law 2023 Giving Day, and specifically a five-year commitment to sponsor the Seton Hall University School of Law’s Interscholastic Moot Court Program and its Health Law Competition. Three of the firm’s members are graduates of Seton Hall Law School: John W. Leardi, Paul D. Werner, and Nicole P. Allocca. Their practice at the health law boutique firm Buttaci Leardi & Werner LLC focuses on providing comprehensive legal support for healthcare providers, facilities, and practices in New Jersey and across the country.

Jodi A. Hudson, Esq., a Seton Hall law graduate, certified Civil Trial Attorney, and the Director of the Moot Court Program since 2000, said, “The firm’s sponsorship of the Health Law Competition is very much appreciated, and not only supports the travel costs for national championships, but also gives the students here the opportunity to discuss health law issues with John, Paul and Nicole when the topic is released and to also have a moot session or two before the competition.”

Firm member John W. Leardi added, “The Interscholastic Moot Court Program is very important to us at the firm as Paul, Nicole and I were not only in the program, we were Jodi’s students. In fact, Nicole was a semi-finalist in this competition while she was in law school. We all appreciate the education we received at Seton Hall, and Jodi’s leadership of the Moot Court program which provided us with exciting challenges to craft and articulate legal arguments through brief writing and oratory practice.”

“The opportunity for law students to compete in Appellate Moot Court competitions throughout the country, and to specifically address health law issues, is tremendous for building advocacy skills and for fine-tuning a potential career path as a practicing lawyer,” said firm member Paul D. Werner.

“We look forward to meeting with the Health Law team members and watching them progress through the Moot Court program at Seton Hall,” added firm member Nicole P. Allocca.

  • Posted on: Aug 3 2023