Stetson University College of Law Named Co-Champions!
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Stetson University College of Law’s moot court team has been named regional co-champions. The team will go on to the National Finals of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition, according to the University. Hard work pays off, and the college is very proud to have the team represent the school at the National Finals.

202 teams from 118 law schools are engaging in the competition over three weeks and six rounds. As the competition goes on, only 24 teams will manage to compete in the National Finals in Chicago. Not everyone can be a winner, and the teams are competing for recognition, pride, and overall glory for their alma maters!


Stetson’s team has been selected to move to the National Finals, along with Charleston School of Law and two teams from Georgetown University Law Center.  Stetson University had another team which were finalists, but which ultimately did not move on to the National Finals.

“The ABA NAAC is one of the most prestigious and well-known moot court competitions in the nation,” said Moot Court Advisor and Professor of Legal Skills Brooke Bowman. “We are thrilled that our outstanding student advocates will have the opportunity to show their skills on the national stage. And we were proud that both Stetson teams advanced to the final rounds of the D.C. regional.”

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