Swarthmore 2005 Semifinals: Princeton A v. Strawmen OTY

Case: Should states have bad samaritan laws? Opp said yes. Government: Princeton A PM: Dan Greco MG: Kate Reilly Opposition: Strawmen OTY LO: Robert Glunt MO: Robbie Pratt [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Strawmen OTY won.[/expand] Thanks to Robert Glunt, for filming and donating this recording. Alex Amar for recovering this video. Mirror Link

Smith 2003 Quarterfinals: NYU A v. Cornell GS

Case: As a single issue advocacy group, should you legislate through congress or litigate through court? (Opp chose legislate) Government: NYU A PM: Neil Vakharia MG: Amanda Entin Opposition: Cornell GS LO: Robert Glunt MO: David Schoonover [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]NYU A won.[/expand] Thanks to Robert Glunt, for filming and donating this recording.

Princeton 2005 Quarterfinals: Yale D v. Cornell A

Case: Legal immigrants with children in school should be allowed to vote in school board elections. Government: Yale D PM: Rory Gillis MG: Ariel Schneller Opposition: Cornell A LO: Robert Glunt MO: Justin Berkowitz [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Cornell A won.[/expand] Thanks to Robert Glunt, for filming and donating this recording. Alex Amar for recovering the […]

Nationals 2006 Round 3: Maryland A v. Harvard ST

“Case: You are a journalist in a quarantined city infected by the plague. Given the choice between leaving the city to return to your wife and staying and helping treat the infected, what should you do? Opp chose to leave. Government: Maryland A PM: Greg Arthur MG: Shauro Bagchi Opposition: Harvard ST LO: Georgios Theophanous […]

Nationals 2005 Finals: Harvard BP v. Cornell A

Case: Larry Summer’s comments in regards to the lack of women in math and science did not warrant a vote of no confidence. Government: Harvard BP PM: Alex Blenkinsopp MG: Alex Potapov Opposition: Cornell A LO: Robert Glunt MO: Adam Bonnifield [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Harvard BP won.[/expand]

Nationals 2004 Finals: Cornell B v. Harvard RC

Case: Abolish the death penalty and punishment of life without parole. Government: Cornell B PM: Adam Bonnifield MG: Robert Glunt Opposition: Harvard RC LO: Marty Roth MO: Nico Cornell [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Harvard RC won.[/expand] Thanks to Thanks to Adam Bonnifield for offering us a copy of the round.

Nationals 2003 Quarterfinals: NYU B v. Yale CW

Case: Juror nullification should be allowed as a legal defense, and defendants ought be allowed to explicitly argue that the jury should nullify. Government: NYU B PM: Neil Vakharia MG: Kate Sawyer Opposition: Yale CW LO: Jay Cox MO: Tim Willenken [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Yale CW won.[/expand]

Swarthmore 2007 Quarterfinals: Yale CM v. Princeton A

Case: The US government has the authority to interfere in religious discrimination in housing practices among the Pueblo tribe; should they intervene? Opp chose no. Government: Yale CM PM: Adam Chilton MG: Grant May Opposition: Princeton A LO: Mike Reilly MO: Dave Kwasniewski [expand title=”Results” notitle=”true” trigclass=”arrowright”]Yale CM won.[/expand]