Oral Advocacy

GW Law and Estrella LLC co-hosted the first annual Estrella Trial Advocacy Competition in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in April. Estrella LLC is one of the oldest law firms in Puerto Rico. Alberto Estrella, managing partner of the firm, is a graduate of GW Law. Early in 2012, he contacted David Johnson,...
In the final rankings for moot court programs for the 2011‑2012 academic year, GW Law finished No. 11. Because GW finished in the top 16—for the third straight year—we were again invited to compete in the Moot Court National Championship Competition at the University of Houston in January 2013....
In addition to hosting the largest National Religious Freedom Moot Court Competition ever with 26 teams from 18 different schools, GW won for the first time. Elizabeth Goodall and Kelsey Zorzi were victorious, and Ms. Goodall was selected as best oral advocate. The team was coached by adjunct...
Bryce Blum and Joshua Champagne won the Harold H. Greene and Joyce Hens Green National Security Law Moot Court Competition, and Mr. Blum was selected best oralist. The team was coached by adjunct faculty member Steven Cash. The finals were before the Hon. Richard Leon of the U.S. District Court for...
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