National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition 2016

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

2016 National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition:

1st Place Whittier Law School

Coaches: Dale Durham, Elizabeth Karsokas, Gautam Sood
Students: Kellen Davis, Talia Gallo, Rhoneil Pascual, Kyle Tang

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

Final Round Judges:

Honorable Susan Illston - Presiding Judge
Honorable James Larson
Honorable Braden Woods


Congratulations to the following teams


George Porter Award: Nia Taylor of McGeorge School of Law
2nd Place- McGeorge School of Law

Coaches: Alan Donato, Jeff Schaff, Tiffany Wynn
Students: Michelle Ahronovitz, Kathryn Althizer, Alexandra Smith, Nia Taylor



3rd Place- University of San Diego School of Law

Coach: Andrew Hillier
Students: Keia Atkinson, Lindsey Eisenberg, William Lange, Leanne Skirzynski


4th Place- Southwestern Law School (Second Team)

Coach: Jeremy Davis, Kevin Gres, Negin Mostadim
Students: Esther Kim, Michelle Lewis, Ebony Randolph, Tyler Zaremba


5th Place- Thomas Jefferson School of Law

Coach: Mark T. Cumba, Joshua Jones
Students: Hiba Benny, Jessica Coronado, Alex Lorens, Samantha Mead


6th Place- Charlotte School of Law

Coach: Stephen M. Corby, Jennifer A. Errington
Students: Derasean Adegbola, Chelsea Bauer, Crystal Gaines, Jhonathan Najera


7th Place- University of California, Berkeley

Coach: Keydon Levy, David Moakley, Charly Weissenbach
Students: James Allison, Megan Mary McLaughlin, Emily Scarisbrick, Mark Thomson


8th Place- UCLA School of Law

Advisor/ Student: Chris Sanchez
Students: Jordan David, Lorien Giles, Hayley Moyer


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

Julie Traun (Co-Chair), Orchid Vaghti (Co-Chair), David Diamond,
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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