Annual San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association Mock Trial Competition
Second-year law students Razia Bath, Kris Chaney, Kai Ellsworth, and Karla Noyles won the Annual San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association Mock Trial Competition. The competition was hosted at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law on Oct. 29.
“We had such a great time working with this talented and dedicated group of students, who worked so many hours to simplify a complicated and challenging case,” Deets said. “These four deserve every bit of this success. For 2L students to show such remarkable skill and growth this early in the year is so encouraging.”
This team was coached by Deets and Director of Bar Support Lindsay Harrington, ’03.
“This team showcased their strong advocacy skills, use of courtroom technology, and proficiency in California Rules of Evidence for this competition. They presented their cases with confidence and professionalism while demonstrating advanced trial advocacy skills, especially on both direct and cross-examination of expert witnesses,” Harrington said.
In addition to the aforementioned competitions, McGeorge students annually compete in a number of other regional, national and international competitions nationwide.
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