Fall 2014 Moot Court Competition Results
Congratulations to Louie Cook and Chase Smith, the winners of the Dawson & Sodd Fall 2014 Moot Court Competition. William Thorne and Monica Litle earned second place. The competition was judged by Judge Gary Coley, Professor Michael Berry, Professor Jill Lens, Professor Luke Meier, Professor Greg White, and the winners of the the Spring Moot Court Competition, Jas Gill and Sameer Hashmi.
Additional results and awards are as follows:
Brian Aslin, Shane Vreeland
Bree Marquand, William Hix
Morgan Anderson, Katie Naumann
Ian Todd, Heriberto Montalvo
Joe Hinton, Brittany Taylor
Mark McMullen, Brian Robertson
TOP TEN SPEAKERS
Monica Litle (Best Speaker)
Joe Hinton (Second Best Speaker)
Louie Cook (Third Best Speaker)
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Join the Baylor Law Immigration Clinic this Fall!
Due to great demand, the Baylor Law DACA Immigration Clinic will hold additional clinics October 7 and 9 from 6:00pm-9:00pm.
This is a unique opportunity for 4Qs and above to gain hands-on legal experience and help teens and young adults in the Waco community.
Join Professor Hernández and Waco attorney Susan Nelson at the Immigration Clinic to gain valuable legal experience. Your resume will thank you!
The Fall 2014 clinic will be held September 23, 25, 30 and October 2 from 6:00pm-9:00pm.
To volunteer for the clinic, email Amanda Sanchez at firstname.lastname@example.org with at least two dates that you can help. No second language is required.
For more info click here!
Mahfouz Wins 'Mad Dog'
Congratulations to Chris Mahfouz, winner of the Mad Dog Mock Trial Competition. The runner-up was Matt Royall. Mahfouz took home a $3,000 prize, as well as an 18-inch bronze statuette of former PC Director Matt "Mad Dog" Dawson. Royall received a $1,000 prize.
2014 Moot Court Teams Selected
Members of the 2014 summer and fall moot court teams have been selected. Read the details here
New Law Review Members
The following students have become eligible for membership on the Baylor Law Review
as a result of their third-quarter cumulative grade-point average. New members should contact the editor-in-chief as soon as possible.
Mark W. Altman
Karren D. Bennett
Matthew J. Coolbaugh
Adam M. Dec
Carl Ray Qualls
Anyone who is now in the fourth, fifth, or sixth quarter, will be available for membership for at least three quarters (excluding the summer quarter), has taken a full load each quarter, and has a grade-point average equal to or greater than 3.46, is also eligible for Law Review
membership. If you believe that you qualify, please contact Professors Bates
Sutherland Cup Results
Congratulations to the team of Jack Hales, Kathlyn Hendrix and Lauren Jaynes, who advanced to the semis of the Sutherland Cup Moot Court Competition in Washington, D.C. The team also won the award for the Best Brief.