Corboy Fellows Matt Anderson, Jonathan Armstrong, Josh Cauhorn, and Best Advocate awardee Samantha Lemke, won the William W. Daniels National Mock Trial competition in Atlanta.
Shirley Chen and Kristen Kawaguchi won Thomas Tang Moot Court Regional Championship, as well as Best Brief, and went on to finish as National Finalists. Arianne Freeman and Duo Park were Regional Finalists, won Second Place Brief, and competed at Nationals.
Hadas Corey won the Best Advocate Award at the ALA Moot Court Competition. Hadas and her partner, Miriam Neems, also won 2nd Best Brief and finished in 3rd Place overall.
David Axelson, Best Advocate Winner Eric Stein, and Adam Goldman won Best Brief and finished as semifinalists at the National Moot Court Competition’s regional rounds. Mike Tien, Nidhi Srivastava, and Meghan Murray won Fifth Best Brief and also finished as semifinalists.
The members of Loyola’s prestigious Corboy Fellowship were featured this fall in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
Welcome to Loyola's Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy! As one of the most respected advocacy programs in the nation, Loyola continues to set a standard for excellence. Loyola graduates are among the most effective trial and appellate lawyers in Chicago and in the country. Students in our advocacy program are given the opportunity to learn from distinguished academics as well as experienced attorneys as they prepare for careers as litigators. Loyola provides a comprehensive education, offering students the opportunity to take courses in trial advocacy, appellate advocacy, and dispute resolution program, and to compete in regional, national, and international student competitions, where Loyola teams routinely take top honors.
Advocacy is the heart of legal education at Loyola. Consistent with our Jesuit heritage and our mission statement, the School of Law vigorously strives "to prepare graduates who will be ethical advocates for justice and the rule of law."