RALEIGH — Campbell Law School’s Competitive Advocacy Program has chosen the members of its 2021-2022 Moot Court Team, Director Tatiana Terry ’19 has announced.
“This semester more than 30 students from the second- and third-year classes participated in tryouts,” she explained. “I want to thank everyone who participated. Our evaluators were impressed by the strong and capable advocacy skills displayed by everyone with the complex trademark and copyright infringement legal issues.”
Terry added after an extensive and thorough evaluation process, we are very pleased to announce that the following students have been selected as members of the Campbell Law School Moot Court Team for the 2021-22 academic year:
Mary Catherine Coltrane
Asia Lowe Lindsay
Emmanuel Mijangos Lopez
Tia Spears Overway
These students will join our current members of the Campbell Law 2021-22 Moot Court Team, which include:
Mary Anne Hamilton
“Please join me in congratulating the new members of the Campbell Law School 2021-22 Moot Court Team,” Terry said.
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