The competition requires students to write a memorandum to a mock board of directors. The memorandum analyzes a business transaction and suggests possible courses of action. The students then make an oral presentation explaining and defending their proposals to mock board members (who are distinguished health care law practitioners from the Chicago area). As noted, the viral outbreak precluded this year’s oral competition. However, Gilbert, Moore, and Waggoner’s memorandum was scored independently and earned second place out of all submissions in a competitive field of over 20 teams from around the country.