Two TAMU Law Teams Place at BLSA National Advocacy Finals

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Apr 7, 2022 1:21:39 PM

The moot court team of 2Ls Alexis Mielke and Janet Wyse placed second and won Best Respondent’s Brief at the recent Thurgood Marshall Moot Court Competition. The team was coached by Nikki Chriesman-Green ’09.Unknown-1-1-1From left: Janet Wyse, Nikki Chriesman-Green (coach), Alexis Mielke

The mock trial team of 3L Tiffany Daniels, and 2Ls Kayla McCallum, Ravyn Simmons and Jasmine Jones placed second at the Constance Baker Motley Mock Trial Competition.  The team was coached by Matthew Jackson (’13).mock trial BLSA Nat'l teamFrom left: Ravyn Simmons, Jasmine Jones, Matthew Jackson (coach), Kayla McCallum, Tiffany Daniels

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