This past spring, Mark Arrington, a CMI Fellow, and Shaun Mathur, a BioLaw Fellow, competed as a team in the AIPLA Giles Sutherland Rich Memorial Moot Court Competition. After winning an intramural competition, Mark and Shaun represented the College of Law at the regional competition in Silicon Valley, where the problem featured two very complex legal issues, one involving subject matter jurisdiction and the other patent subject matter eligibility. Notably, the problem asked an important question that remained after A.M.P. v. Myriad Genetics, Inc., a 2013 case invalidating patent claims directed to isolated human gene sequences, making it an excellent problem for a team of BioLaw students. Mark and Shaun handled the issues expertly and finished in second place at the regional competition, which qualified them to participate at the national competition in Washington, D.C. At the national competition, Shaun and Mark lost to a particularly strong Suffolk team, but came away with nothing but wonderful things to say about arguing at the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit and participating in the competition. The Center for Law and Biomedical Sciences and the College of Law would like to congratulate Mark and Shaun on their success and look forward to continuing that success with future teams.