The University of Mississippi
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Achievements

Moot Court Winners

From left to right, Christina Wells Ashoo, Dreda Culpepper, Prof. David Case, and Neal Wise.

The Twenty-Third Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition was held at Pace Law School, White Plains, New York on Thursday, February 24 through Saturday, February 26, 2011.

Over 250 law student competitors and more than 150 attorney judges assembled at Pace during the three days of the oral arguments. The University of Mississippi School of Law emerged as the winner out of 73 competing law schools from across the nation. Read more (PDF).

National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition

Best Appellant Brief Award: Twenty-Third Annual National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition.
Members: Christina Wells Ashoo, Dreda Culpepper, Neal Wise

First and Third Preliminary Round Best Oralist: Dreda Culpepper
Second Preliminary Round Best Oralist: Neal Wise

St. Louis Regional of the National Appellate Advocacy Competition

Third Best Oralist: Patrick Lofton

Mercer Legal Ethics and Professionalism Moot Court Competition

Best Brief Award: First Annual Mercer Legal Ethics and Professionalism Moot Court Competition.
Members: Rachel Mullen and Robert Parrott

National Moot Court Competition

Second Best Brief Award: Sixty-First Annual National Moot Court Competition.
Members: Joe Houchin, Kristen Boyden, Andrew Harris

Gabrielli National Family Law Competition

Ole Miss advances to quarterfinals and wins third-best brief at Twenty-Third Annual Gabrielli National Family Law Competition in Albany, New York.
Members: Ashley Hill, Meghann Ainsworth, Matt Roberts

John J. Gibbons National Criminal Law Procedure Moot Court Competition

Ole Miss places second at Seventeeth Annual John J. Gibbons National Criminal Law Procedure Moot Court Competition in Newark, New Jersey.
Members: Kristen Boyden, Julia Bryant, Joe Houchin

Pace Environmental Moot Court Competition

Ole Miss advances to semi-finals at Twenty-Second Annual Pace Environmental Moot Court Competition in White Plains, New York (Top 9 Law Schools of 84 Total).
Members: Cody Bailey, Megan Black, Lyle Gravatt

Gabrielli National Family Law Competition

Ole Miss advances to Top 8 at Twenty-Second Annual Gabrielli National Family Law Competition in Albany, New York.
Members: Holly Bauer, Kortney Ikard, Ashley Hill

TYLA National Student Trial Competition

Ole Miss wins 2009 Southeast Regional in TYLA National Student Trial Competition.
Members: Rebekah Blakeslee, Maggie Middleton, and Herb Wilson.

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