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Results and Other Information from 2013

The third annual Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition was held April 5-6, 2013.


Participating Schools

  • Appalachian School of Law
  • Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School
  • Cardozo School of Law
  • Charlotte School of Law
  • Florida Coastal School of Law
  • Florida State University College of Law
  • George Mason University School of Law
  • Mercer University School of Law
  • New York Law School
  • North Carolina Central University School of Law
  • Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center
  • Regent University School of Law
  • Roger Williams University School of Law
  • South Texas College of Law
  • Temple University Beasley School of Law
  • Texas Tech University School of Law
  • The George Washington University Law School
  • University of Detroit Mercy School of Law
  • University of Houston Law Center
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law
  • University of South Carolina School of Law
  • University of Virginia School of Law
  • Wake Forest University School of Law
  • William and Mary Law School

Results

First Place

Elizabeth Jung, Shelbi Cardwell and Landon Moyer
Florida Coastal School of Law

Second Place

Stephanie Basom and Aaron Tatyrek
Texas Tech University School of Law

Semifinalists

Navjot Khinda, Bradley Moyer and James Sirois
Florida Coastal School of Law

Michael Hodge, Katherine Harrington and Kelsey Hope
South Texas College of Law

Quarterfinalists

Mike Koulianos and Russell Sloan
Florida State University College of Law

David Rief, Elise Girani and Eric Lansing
Regent University School of Law

Robert Arthur, Colin Cox and Erin Kee
South Texas College of Law

Bethany Corbin, Nathan Harrill and Justin Jenkins
Wake Forest University School of Law

 

Oral Advocacy Awards

Preliminary Rounds – Best Oral Advocates

First Place

Nathan Harrill
Wake Forest University School of Law

Second Place

Michael Nail
Florida Coastal School of Law

Third Place

Elizabeth Jung
Florida Coastal School of Law

Final Round – Best Oral Advocate

Elizabeth Jung
Florida Coastal School of Law

Best Brief Awards

Petitioners' Briefs - First Place

Stephanie Basom and Aaron Tatyrek*
Texas Tech University School of Law

Respondents' Briefs - First Place

Michael Hodge, Katherine Harrington and Kelsey Hope
South Texas College of Law

Petitioners' Briefs - Second Place

Elizabeth Jung, Shelbi Cardwell and Landon Moyer
Florida Coastal School of Law

Respondents' Briefs - Second Place

David Rief, Elise Girani and Eric Lansing
Regent University School of Law

*Highest overall brief score in the competition.


Judges

Final Round Judges

The Honorable Robert H. Edmunds, Jr.
Associate Justice, North Carolina Supreme Court

The Honorable Paul M. Newby
Associate Justice, North Carolina Supreme Court

The Honorable James G. Exum, Jr.
Chief Justice, North Carolina Supreme Court (ret.); Distinguished Professor of the Judicial Process

Semifinal Round Judges

The Honorable Lindsay R. Davis
Senior Resident Superior Court Judge, North Carolina Superior Court, Guilford County

The Honorable Richard L. Doughton
Special Superior Court Judge, North Carolina Superior Court

The Honorable James L. Gale
Special Superior Court Judge for Complex Business Cases, North Carolina Business Court

The Honorable John M. Tyson
Recall Judge, North Carolina Court of Appeals; Emergency Superior Court Judge, North Carolina Superior Court

Catherine Ross Dunham
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs; Professor of Law

Ms. Melissa Westmoreland
Alumna, Elon University School of Law Moot Court Board

 

Preliminary, Octofinal and Quarterfinal Round Judges

  • Brennan Aberle*
  • Gilbert Andia
  • Melissa Apperson*
  • Maximillian Armfield*
  • Prof. Enrique Armijo
  • Christopher Avery*
  • Prof. Antonette Barilla
  • Roy Baroff
  • Gary Beaver
  • Ashley Bennington
  • Jill Benson
  • Kevin Brackett
  • Robert Broadie
  • B. Ervin Brown
  • James Bryan
  • Charles Burke
  • William Cary
  • Mandy Castle
  • Gerry Chapman
  • James Clark
  • David Clark
  • Locke Clifford
  • Robert (Bob) Cone
  • Sam Cone
  • Jean Craddock
  • Melanie Crenshaw*
  • Steve (G.S.) Crihfield
  • Sarah Crotts
  • David Crowe
  • Mark Cummings
  • William Daisy
  • Haynes Dallas*
  • Andrea Davis*
  • Jeffrey Davis
  • Camilla DeBoard*
  • Dean Catherine Dunham
  • Alicia Edwards
  • Prof. John Flynn
  • Prof. Steve Friedland
  • Prof. Sonya Garza
  • Ellen Gelbin
  • Ronnie Grabon
  • Fred Hamlet
  • Judge A. Robinson Hassell
  • Eloise Hassell
  • Craig Hensel
  • Andrew Hoke*
  • Tabatha Holliday
  • Judge Lynda Howell
  • Neal Johnson
  • Sam Johnson
  • Ted Johnson*
  • Thomas Johnson
  • Afi Johnson-Parris
  • Eunice Jones-Obeng
  • Michael Joseph
  • Beth Klein*
  • David Klein*
  • Matthew Krueger-Andes*
  • Pamela Lawrence*
  • Fred Lind
  • Steven Lucente*
  • Art MacCord
  • Travis Martin
  • Dean Alexis Martinez-Fedrizzi
  • Matthew Mason
  • Sean Mason
  • Prof. Bonnie McAlister
  • Janet McAuley Blue
  • Chris McLain*
  • Anna McLeod
  • Dean Kathleen McLeod
  • Eric Medlin
  • David Meschan
  • Judge Joseph Milam
  • Parker Moore*
  • Prof. Betty Morgan
  • B. Scott Morgan*
  • Barbara Morgenstern
  • Michael Newell
  • Prof. Thomas Noble
  • Neal Oakley*
  • Jeff Oleynik
  • Tanisha Palvia
  • Abigail Peoples
  • Prof. Patricia Perkins
  • Lewis Pitts
  • Kevin Poe
  • Joseph Ponzi
  • Richard Rice
  • Eric Richardson
  • Martha Sacrinty
  • Charles Saunders
  • S. Mujeeb Shah-Khan
  • Edward Sharp
  • Kerri Sigler*
  • Grant Sigmon*
  • Polly Sizemore
  • Harriett Smalls
  • Dean Chris Smith
  • Nathan Standley*
  • Jenny Sweet*
  • Alison Tomberlin
  • Jennifer Van Zant
  • Don Vaughan
  • Jon Wall
  • Martin Warf
  • Will Warihay*
  • Prof. Catherine Wasson
  • Lisa Watson
  • Melissa Westmoreland*
  • Chris White*
  • Beth Winters
  • Jessica Yanez*
  • Mark York*

*Elon Law alumni


Special Acknowledgments

Elon University School of Law and the Moot Court Board gratefully acknowledge the support of the following sponsors:

Mr. and Mrs. F. Leary Davis

Mr. and Mrs. Alan D. Woodlief, Jr.

If you would like to honor the Chief Justices for whom the competition is named and assist Elon Law in advancing a premier national moot court competition in Greensboro, your support would be most appreciated. Contact the development office at (336) 279-9200. Sponsors will be recognized in all materials regarding the competition.