All Saints Cathedral School took first place on Wednesday in the first round of the 25th Annual High School Appellate Moot Court Competition, which is being hosted by the Virgin Islands Bar Association.
The ASCS team members are Kimorah-Lin Blackett, Josuhar Espinola and Kejuan Harrigan. They were coached by attorney Tina Comissiong. Cleopatra Skerritt is the team’s teacher representative.
The team will vie for the title of Territorial Champion on Thursday, May 23. The winners will receive scholarships of $1,000.
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Getting a business license in the U.S. Virgin Islands can take a couple of months, compared to a couple of days in some places in the States. The lengthy process has been an ongoing complaint of the territory’s business community. The Committee on Government Operations, Consumer Affairs, Energy, Environment and Planning considered a bill Wednesday to require “that an initial business license be issued within three days of application.” #visource #news #usvi ... See MoreSee Less
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