RALEIGH — The Campbell Law School 2021-2022 Mock Trial Team has been chosen, Professor Tatiana Terry, director of the Competitive Trial Advocacy Program, has announced.
This semester more than 60 students from the second- and third-year classes participated in tryouts. Also, this year nearly 20 different evaluators were brought in to judge the candidates, including professors, coaches, local attorneys and former Campbell Law advocates, Terry explained.
“I want to thank everyone who participated,” she wrote in an email. “The process was overwhelmingly difficult. Our evaluators were impressed by the strong and capable advocacy skills displayed by everyone. ”
After an extensive and thorough evaluation process, Terry said, we are very pleased to announce that the following students have been selected as members of the Campbell Law School Mock Trial Team for the 2021-22 academic year:
Megan Von Canon
“Please join me in congratulating the new members of the Campbell Law School Mock Trial Team,” Terry added.
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