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A witty video produced by Penn Law Revue, a new Penn Law School student group, has reached the finals in an online competition hosted by Above the Law

Until Thursday, the public can vote online to determine which team will take first place. 

Although the team only existed for eight weeks before ranking as a finalist, it faces staunch competition in previous victors like teams from Columbia University and New York University. 

"We're proud of our success because we only just started the group in February, and are now up against past winners," third-year law student and Co-President of Penn Law Revue Susana Medeiros said in an emailed statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian.

The video, titled "Mean Gunners (A Mean Girls Parody)," features a waitlisted law student invited to join "The Gunners," a cliquey study group of overachievers, or "gunners" in law school. 

"This is the first year Penn Law has ever submitted a video to this competition," Medeiros said. "We're really proud of all our hard work."