In 2010, an earthquake in Haiti brought the law school together to raise funds, food and supplies.  Student efforts did not end there—twelve students volunteered for the Florida State University Center for the Advancement of Human Rights’ Alternative Spring Break, many of whom helped Haitians already in the United States receive Temporary Protected Status. In April 2010, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia visited the College of Law. He met with faculty and friends of the law school during an informal reception before addressing about 400 students and guests at the Augustus B. Turnbull III Center. During the spring of 2010, the Moot Court Team experienced unprecedented success - first place in four national competitions. They won the Religious Freedom Moot Court Competition and National Security Law Moot Court Competition, both at George Washington University Law School. They also brought home national titles from the Gabrielli National Family Law Competition at Albany Law School in Albany, NY, and the Luke Charles Moore Civil Rights Invitational at Howard University in Washington, D.C. Also, a 2010 United States Supreme Court decision relied heavily on a study by FSU Law Clinical Professor Paolo Annino and Public Interest Law Center students. The decision, in the case of Graham vs. Florida , reflected the majority of the Court’s consensus that life in prison without the opportunity for parole represents cruel and unusual punishment for juvenile offenders who did not commit homicide.