Prior to joining AP&S, Michael worked in Raleigh, North Carolina for an international law firm. While in law school, Michael served as the President of the Mock Trial Board, Interscholastic Coordinator for the Moot Court Board, and Articles Editor for the Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy. Michael also externed for the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and volunteered as a co-chair of Duke Law’s Southern Justice Spring Break program. As an undergraduate, Michael interned for the Honorable Judge Bennett R. Gallo in Rhode Island Superior Court.
Michael is the head coach of Brown University’s undergraduate mock trial program, and serves as a candidate member on the Board of Directors for the American Mock Trial Association.
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AP&S Welcomes Michael A. D’Ippolito III
•Alan and Susan B. Mansfield Scholarship.
•President, Duke Law Mock Trial Board.
•Interscholastic Coordinator, Duke Law Moot Court Board.
•Articles Editor, Duke Journal of Gender Law and Policy.
•Recognition for pro bono distinction from Duke Law School.
•Twiggs-Beskind Cup Champion, Mock Trial.
•Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton Tournament Champion, Mock Trial.
•Head Coach, Duke University Mock Trial.
•National Champion and All-American, American Mock Trial Association.
In the Community
•Member, Duke Alumni Admissions Advisory Committee.
•Board of Directors Candidate Member, American Mock Trial Association
•Head Coach, Brown University Mock Trial
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•Member, Rhode Island Bar Association.
•Member, Massachusetts Bar Association.
•Member, North Carolina Bar Association.
•Member, American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division.
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