Attorney General’s Cup

2012 Attorney General’s Cup Informational Meeting

Posted on Sep 10, 2012 in 2012-2013, Attorney General's Cup, Competition, Events, Meeting, News, Year | Comments Off

2012 Attorney General’s Cup Informational Meeting

The Board of Advocates invites you to attend an informational meeting for the upcoming Attorney General’s Cup Mock Trial Competition on Wednesday, September 12 at 1:00 p.m. in Room 7.

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2011 Attorney’s Cup Champions

Posted on Oct 24, 2011 in 2011-2012, Attorney General's Cup, Competition, News, Results, Winners, Year | 1 comment

2011 Attorney’s Cup Champions

Congratulations to Andrew Blackwell, Ashley Cuttle, Alex Cornwell, and Ida Shafaie!

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2011 Attorney General’s Cup Team

Posted on Sep 26, 2011 in 2011-2012, Attorney General's Cup, Competition, News, Results, Winners, Year | Comments Off

2011 Attorney General’s Cup Team

Congratulations and best of luck to this year’s team!

Andrew Blackwell – John Risvold – Aaron LaPlante – Alex Cornwell – Ida Shafaie – Adam Sommer – Ashley Cuttle – Catherynne Whitmore

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REMINDER: 2011 Attorney General’s Cup Team Tryouts

Posted on Sep 24, 2011 in 2011-2012, Attorney General's Cup, Competition, Events, News, Year | Comments Off

REMINDER: 2011 Attorney General’s Cup Team Tryouts

As a reminder, we are holding tryouts for the Attorney General’s Cup team on Monday evening, September 26th, in the Court Room. Sign ups are listed on the TWEN page called BOA 2011.

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2011 Attorney General’s Cup Tournament

Posted on Sep 19, 2011 in 2011-2012, Attorney General's Cup, Competition, Events, News, Year | Comments Off

2011 Attorney General’s Cup Tournament

It is once again time for an annual Missouri law school tradition – the Attorney General’s Cup Tournament. This storied event dates back to 2010, when Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster (a distinguished Mizzou Law alumnus) invited each of the four law schools from the Great State of Missouri to send their respective two most elite mock trial teams to Jefferson City to compete against one another to determine superiority in trial advocacy in the Show-Me State.

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