RALEIGH — Campbell Law School has announced the members of its 2021-2022 Negotiations Team.
On Sept. 15, nearly 20 students from the second- and third-year classes participated in mock negotiation tryouts, said Professor Tatiana Terry, director of Competitive Advocacy.
“I want to thank everyone who participated,” Terry said. “Last year, our Negotiations Team returned victorious as Regional Champions in the American Bar Association’s Negotiation Competition. Our evaluators were eager to determine the next set of students to represent our esteemed Negotiations Team. Moreover, our evaluators were also impressed by the capable skills displayed by everyone during tryouts.”
After an extensive and thorough evaluation process, the following students have been selected as members of the Campbell Law School Negotiations Team for the 2021-22 academic year:
- Brandon Avery
- Anna Katherine Carey
- Lucas Colantonio
- Aujay Jhala
- M. Grayson Owens
- Sydney Smith
“I am very proud to announce this team,” Terry said. “Please join me in congratulating and encouraging the newest members of the Campbell Law School Negotiations Team.”
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