Campbell Law announces 2020-21 Moot Court team

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After an extensive and rigorous week of tryouts judged by Campbell Law School professors and alumni, the following students have been selected as members of the law school’s Moot Court Team for the 2020-21 academic year:

  • Carly Amendola

  • Jordan Arroyo

  • Ben Aydlett

  • Brandon Brower

  • Diane Ford

  • Jennifer Garcia

  • Kenya Glover

  • Lawrence Graham

  • MaryAnne Hamilton

  • Abby Hord

  • Sarah Izzell

  • Lauren Johnson

  • Justin Lockett

  • Ryan McCollum

  • Miriam Sheppard

  • Savannah Singletary

  • Chelsey Wilson

“We have a robust Fall and Spring competition schedule ahead of us, with moot court competitions stretching across the full legal spectrum, and I have no doubt we will be represented well,” said Professor Anthony “Tony” Ghiotto, director of the Advocacy Program.

Campbell Law’s advocacy program is ranked among the best nationally by U.S. News & World Report and the National Jurist magazines, among others. Campbell Law’s historically strong competitive advocacy program has reaped numerous awards in recent years, including six national titles in 2019 alone. Since 2012, Campbell Law student advocates have amassed one international championship, 10 national championships, five national runners-up, nine national semifinalists, nine regional championships and at least 20 national individual best advocate awards.