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Monday April 9 - Thursday April 12
Wednesday, April 11
Monday, April 16
Moot Court team advances to National Appellate Advocacy Competition
Charleston School of Law students will compete in the final round of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition in April 2012. The team, Meghan Groff, Rob Crabtree and Alex Pinson, will travel to Chicago to compete for the national title as a result of their victory at the regional competition in Washington, D.C. This undefeated team also received the fourth place award for "Best Brief" and was recognized as one of the top five teams out of the forty teams that competed in the Washington regional. A second School of Law team, Andy Brooks, Drew Joiner and Whitney Wilder, also advanced to the final round of the regional competition. Both School of Law teams were coached by Associate Professor Paul Lund and Assistant Professor Jon Marcantel.
Charleston Law Review Board of Editors announced
Congratulations to the students selected as editors for Volume VII of the Charleston Law Review. Twenty-one talented editors will join Morgan Peterson, Editor-in-Chief Elect, on next year's Editorial Board. To view the entire Charleston Law Review Board of Editors list, click here.
2012-2013 Student Bar Association elected
The student body elected the members of the Student Bar Association for the 2012-2013 school year. Joining the Executive Board includes: President Shun A. Griffin, Vice President Andrea Ruege, Treasurer Jean Kim and Secretary Carlton Bowers. 2L Full Time Senators: Daniel Cooper and Jordan Roberts. 2L Part Time Senators: Scott Maynor and Nicholas Stewart. 3L Full Time Senators: Ryan Andrews, Roy Willey and Alexis Wimberly. 3L/4L Part Time Senators: Kallyn Falvo, John Gentry and Laura Hall.
Giving Back: Student stories of public service
School of Law announces Fall 2011 Dean's List
The School of Law is delighted to announce the students whose academic performance in Fall 2011 has placed them on the prestigious roster of Dean's List. Congratulations to these individuals for their outstanding academic accomplishments. To be eligible for the Dean's List, students must maintain a 3.30 grade point average throughout the semester. To view the Fall 2011 Dean's List, click here.