Congratulations to the National Moot Court Team of Nicole Lynn, Drew McNeil, and Lindsay Kistler Swiniuch!
The team coached by Professor Stephen Henderson and Professor Connie Smothermon won Best Brief at the regional competition in Omaha, Nebraska. They also won the Elite Eight and Final Four rounds, eventually losing to Creighton in the final round on a split decision by .62 of a point (out of a total 100).
The final round appearance qualifies the team for the National Moot Court National Finals in New York City in February.
Several professors helped prepare this team including Professor Gail Mullins, Professor Steve Cleveland, Professor Daniel Nicholson, and Professor Michelle Johnson.
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