"Scalia Judges Moot Court Competition":
The GW Hatchet has coverage of last week's moot court finals at GW. Justice Scalia presided, and he was joined by Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the Sixth Circuit and Judge Marsha Berzon of the Ninth Circuit. It was a terrific argument, I thought. I was particularly interested in this year's competition because half of it was a computer search and seizure question modeled roughly on United States v. Andrus. (I also helped write the problem and was a judge in the semi-final round, which was lots of fun.) The law school home page has more coverage here.