Students Enjoy Recent Wins at Advocacy Competitions

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Oct 31, 2021 6:51:47 PM

Several teams of Texas A&M Law students performed well recent advocacy competitions.

  • FINRA Securities Dispute Resolution Triathlon: 2Ls Baldemar Garcia, Bill Larimer and Madison Young won. The team also won the Negotiation round. The team was coached by Kay Elliott and the team alternate was Christyn Cavazos.
  • MLK Civil Rights Mock Trial Competition: 2L Adam Veary won the Best Overall Closing Argument award. His teammates were 3L Kailey Muir and 2Ls Sydney McCaulley and Alexis Symcheck. The team was coached by Matthew Jackson (’13).
  • National Mediation Competition: 2L Abrielle Perry placed 2nd and 3L Crystal Hernandez placed 4th. The team alternate was Jacob Schuler. They were coached by Kay Elliott.
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Advocacy Program Grieves Passing of longtime mock trial coach

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Jul 2, 2021 12:35:27 PM

The Texas A&M School of Law advocacy program is deeply saddened by the passing of longtime mock trial coach, Douglas Greene.

Douglas Greene (center) and colleagues celebrate an award.

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TAMU Law students earn ABA national championship

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Apr 13, 2021 5:44:19 PM

Texas A&M School of Law second-year students Taylor Garner and Isabelle Chapman bring home the American Bar Association (ABA) national championship in representation in mediation this month.

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TAMU Law celebrates international and regional wins

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Mar 10, 2021 9:56:34 AM

Texas A&M Law advocacy competition students are international champions of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Nelson Mandela International Negotiation Competition. The team of 3L Maya Fitzpatrick and 2L Tyler Phillips won the competition in March. They were coached by law school adjunct Kay Elliott.

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TAMU Law moot and mock court teams advance to finals

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Feb 22, 2021 1:22:19 PM

Texas A&M School of Law's advocacy program is pleased to announce that moot and mock court teams have advanced to the national finals in March.

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