The Order of Barristers is a national honor recognizing students who possess the highest caliber of spoken and written persuasion, dedication to the art of advocacy, and paramount professionalism. This award is the culmination of three years of hard work and dedication to advocacy. Order of Barristers is one of the highest honors a law school can bestow upon ten of it’s most impressive graduates. Congratulations to the 2014 Order of Barristers at the University of Missouri School of Law!! Elizabeth Hatting Jonathan Hummel Melesa Johnson Larry Lambert Arsenio Mims Kristen Sanocki Scott Sergent Darrion Walker Nicholas...Read More
The Board of Advocates Congratulates the Top Oral Advocate of the 1L Moot Court Competition: Kayla Meine The Board of Advocates also Congratulates the Top 10 Oral Advocates of the 1L Moot Court Competition: Aaron Wynn Angela Kennedy Ben Marble Dan Schnurbusch Jeremy Shewmaker Kayla Meine Maggie Skinner Mary Beth Griffin Samantha Green Suzie...Read More
The Board of Advocates congratulates the following students for advancing to the Final Round of the MU Law 1L Moot Court Competition: Aaron Wynn Adam Appleberry Adam Wilson Alison Schenkelberg Angela Wagner Ben Marble Beth Griffin Connor Curran Dan Schnurbusch Graham Lloyd Jared Guemmer Jeremy Shewmaker John Clizer Julia Neidhardt Kayla Kemp Kayla Meine Lynsey Russell Maggie Skinner Mary Hinton Megan Creson Molly (Desiree) Shay Nick Griebel Nick Henry Paul Schmanke Robert Mace Ross Valore Samantha Green Sarah Rinehart Suzie Specker Tim McAleenan Tom Limbrick Travis...Read More
The Board of Advocates (BOA) at the University of Missouri School of Law hosted the Midwest Regional 2014 ABA Client Counseling Competition on Saturday, February 8. Teams of law students around the Midwest tested their interviewing and counseling skills in rounds simulating the initial client interview at a law firm. Heath Martin & Kelly Postlewait from the University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law won the Regional Competition, earning a spot in the National Finals taking place March 21-22 in Norman, Ok. On behalf of Mizzou Law BOA, good luck to the Midwest Regional Competition winners! Congratulations to the FINALISTS in the Midwest Regional 2014 ABA Client Counseling Competition! 1st Place: University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Law Heath Martin & Kelly Postlewait 2nd Place: University of Oklahoma College of Law Haleigh Colllins & Kaitlyn Schrick 3rd Place: University of Oklahoma College of Law Jesse Muth & Lauren Mitcham Congratulations the SEMI-FINALISTS in the 2014 ABA Client Counseling Regional Competition! UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI – KANSAS CITY SCHOOL OF LAW: Team A – Heath Martin & Evan Kass Team G – Ashlee Crowl & Maureen McHugh Team I – Haleigh Colllins & Kaitlyn Schrick Team C – Jesse Muth & Lauren Mitcham UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS SCHOOL OF LAW: Team F – Kelli Comer & Neil Bora UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH SCHOOL OF LAW: Team H – Erin Gormley & Veronica Carter Competitors and Team Coaches Only: If you would like to recevie additional photos from the Competition, please email Eric Wooten at...Read More
Congratulations to the 2014 Mizzou Law Mediation Competition Winners! First Place: Devan Scott & David Feygelman Second Place: Andrew Crane & J.R. Montgomery Competition Photos (courtesy of Madison Fischer): ...Read More
Congratulations to Mizzou Law’s Arbitration Teams for succeeding in the ABA Regional and National Competitions!
Mizzou Law won the regional competition in Omaha, Nebraska, with an undefeated record! For the fourth consecutive year, Mizzou Law will send a team to the national tournament in January. This is the longest active streak in the country. BOA would like to congratulate the following students for their achievement: Elizabeth Hatting, Nate Dunville, Nicholas Jain, Kayla Meine, Mary Beth Griffin, Jon Hummel, Kayla Kemp, Justin Evans, and Aaron Wynn. The teams would also like to thank the following individuals for devoting their time to help prepare for the competition: Dean Rafael Gely, Dean Bob Bailey, Professor Wilson Freyermuth, Professor Chuck Henson, Professor Jim Levin, Jennifer Redel-Reed, James Emanuel, Audrey Danner, and Ida...Read More