2015 National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition

CACJ and the NCTAC Committee would like to congratulate
the winner of the

2015 National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition:

1 st Place Florida State

Mary Catherine Crock, Lexie Miller, Sam Gilot, Louis Baptiste

George Porter Award:
Justin Page, UC Hastings College of the Law

For a full list of the winners please see below.


A special thank you to all of the
attorneys and judges who volunteered their time

Final Round Judges:
The Honorable Susan Illston
The Honorable James Larson (Ret.)
The Honorable Braden Woods


Congratulations to the following teams:

2nd Place- UC Hastings College of the Law
Justin Page, Hannah Worek, Isaac Jackson, Jessica Guest


3rd Place- Northwestern, Team 1
Michael Maione, Kelly Mennemeier, Anastasia Kapustina, Douglas Bates

4th Place- University of San Diego, School of Law, Team 2
Caitlin Macker, Keisha Mello-Hall, Susan McClay, David Jarman


5th Place- University of San Francisco
Jerome Hawkins, Mary Kate Moran, Nikita Saini, Sugam Soni

6th Place- Whittier Law School
Erin Christoff, Kyle Tang, Josh Jones, Justin Blaylock

7th Place- University of San Diego, School of Law, Team 1
Kiley Connolly, Auty Moayeri, Tony Carvalho, Keia Atkinson

8th Place- Southwestern, Team 1
Katherine K. Melikstepanyan, Stanley J. Park, Rachel C. Quimby, Shawn C. Halbert


CACJ could not have organized this event without the tireless efforts of the CACJ Mock Trial Committee:

Julie Traun (Chair), David Diamond, Mohammad Hamoudi,
Geoffrey Hansen, Cris Lamb, and Bobbie Stein

See results from other years:

2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012


General Documents

Team Documents

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