2013 National NALSA Moot Court Winners

Congratulations to all!!!!

Here:

21st Annual National NALSA Moot Court Competition

Results:

Best Team

  1. Catherine Hall & Caycie K. Gusman (Team 10 from Hawaii)
  2. Jenny Patten & Natasha Bronn (Team 9 from Columbia)
  3. Veronica Newcomer & Rachel Kowarski (Team 33 from William Mitchell)

Highest Brief Score

  1. Zachary Dilonno & Sommerset Wong (Team 39 from Hawaii)
  2. Andrew Sangster & Jacob Wolf (Team 17 from Columbia)
  3. Anthony Franken & Steven Iverson (Team 66  from University of South Dakota)

Best Oral Advocate

  1. Catherine Hall (Hawaii)
  2. Ryan McCarthy (William Mitchell)
  3. Rachel Kowarski (William Mitchell)

And here are the teams that advanced to the elimination rounds:

1

31 William Mitchell College of Law

2

10 Hawaii Law School

3

39 Hawaii Law School

4

34 William Mitchell College of Law

5

53 University of Tulsa

6

52 University of Oklahoma

7

17 Columbia Law School

8

33 William Mitchell College of Law

9

5 Lewis and Clark

10

9 Columbia Law School

11

38 Hawaii Law School

12

46 Arizona

13

42 Hawaii Law School

14

47 William Mitchell

15

19 Columbia Law School

16

57 Brigham Young University
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2 Responses to 2013 National NALSA Moot Court Winners

  1. David Raasch says:

    The National Criminal Justice Training Center at Fox Valley Technical College provides many trainings and conferences across the country that are focused on Tribal Justice. How can we get these events posted on TurtleTalk?

  2. Tony says:

    Is there something in the water in Hawaii that makes great moot courters? Nice work everyone.

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