Members of Campbell Law’s 2022-23 Trial Advocacy Team announced

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Campbell Law School Director of Competitive Advocacy Tatiana Terry ’19 has announced the members of Campbell Law School’s 2022-2023 Trial Advocacy Team.

“Over the course of three days, we brought in approximately 20 different evaluators to judge and vote on the candidates – including professors, coaches and former advocates,” she explained. “The process was as always, overwhelmingly difficult. Our evaluators were impressed by the strong and capable advocacy skills displayed.”

After an extensive and thorough evaluation process, the following students have been selected as members of the Campbell Law School 2022-23 Trial Advocacy Team:

  • Christian Allred
  • Riya Bhatt
  • James Brocker
  • Tiqeece Brown
  • Gibson Caudill
  • Dorothy Adela Mann Chater
  • Joanna Diaz
  • Jenna Geltman
  • Corey Goss
  • Seth Gulledge
  • Brian Hedrick
  • Susannah Horton
  • Sydney Kraft
  • Niayai Lavien
  • Christian Lunghi
  • Adia McLaughlin
  • Brandon Minella
  • Taylor Norton
  • Rachel Parent
  • Rachel Rogers
  • Lindsey Ross
  • Emily Skinner
  • William Sparks
  • Mackenzie Stanley
  • Christopher Stock
  • Jay Thomas
  • Emma Tillotson
  • Austin Tomlin
  • Megan Von Canon
  • Parker Watson Wooten

“Please join me in congratulating the new members of the Campbell Law School Trial Advocacy Team,” Terry added.

Campbell Law’s trial advocacy program consistently ranks among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report’s Top Law Schools.

This year’s 16th place ranking marks Campbell Law’s third appearance in the Top 20 of the U.S. News list for trial advocacy programs in the past three years. In 2021, the law school’s advocacy program was tied at 19th and in 2020 it was tied at 15th. In 2017, Campbell Law tied for 21st best in advocacy, according to the ranking, making its fourth appearance in the past five years. Campbell Law is the lone North Carolina school in the Top 25 of the ranking.

“Advocacy is our hallmark, and I am always delighted to have our accomplishments recognized,” said Campbell Law Dean J. Rich Leonard.