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Moot Court Advocacy Competition Teams

USF’s Advanced Moot Court Advocacy Competition Teams compete against other law schools both locally and nationally in numerous appellate and trial competitions each year. Every year approximately 45 law students participate on various advanced competition teams. These students argue a multitude of subject matters, including constitutional law, employment law, environmental law, intellectual property law, and international law.

During 2014-2015 one or more USF teams will be competing in the following competitions:

  • American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Competition 
    (Seamus Brugh, Megan Hamilton, Kristina Martinez, Alex Taufer, Harrison Tome, Ariel Vento)
  • Asylum and Refugee Law Moot Court Competition 
    (Isabella Martinez, Gabriella Mendez)
  • American Bar Association Section of Labor and Employment Law Trial Competition 
    (DJ Cespedes, Willie Mincey, Danny Rodriguez, Vahan Torosian)
  • National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition 
    (Rahul Balaram, Cecilia Fierro, Kirstin Haigh, Sugam Soni)
  • National Moot Court Competition 
    (Blair Copple, Gregory Gilchrist, Paul Holton, Noah Johnson, Alex Martin, Nicole Phillips)
  • Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition 
    (Brittany Benavides, Cooper Findlay, Annika Hosseini, Minh Le, Sarah Torki)
  • Saul Lefkowitz Intellectual Property Moot Court Competition 
    (Brandon Kahoush, Meghan Kloeber, Reid Miller, Anna Nagornaia, McKenna Steere, Tracy Trimble, Caitlin Van Curen)
  • Thomas Tang International Moot Court Competition 
    (Kelsey Quist, Nikita Saini)
  •  Wagner Employment and Labor Law Moot Court Competition 
    (Alexandra Bortolussi, Abigail Khodayari, Daniel Morrison)