Students named to Elon Law Moot Court Board

Twenty-nine students in the Class of 2024 will participate in upcoming national contests and help coordinate Elon Law's own Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition.

The following Elon Law students have been named to the Moot Court Board for the 2023-24 and first half of the 2024-25 academic years:

  • Macaylee Anderson
  • Melo Augustine
  • Jennifer Benavides
  • Alexis Biesemeyer
  • Harrison Brown
  • Elena Carrion
  • Samuel (Dalton) Collins
  • Andrew Conway
  • Ashley Cooper
  • Elizabeth Fadl
  • John Ferebee
  • Emma Friedland
  • Conner Gillmer
  • Jesse Gutstein
  • Moriah Howard
  • Rebecca Iyoob
  • Ashley Joines
  • Sydney Keesee
  • Kayla Maack
  • Brooke McCormick
  • Jessica Morales
  • Lizet (Lupe) Ramirez-Rios
  • Joy Reibold
  • Sydney Rimmer
  • Cameron Samek
  • Baleigh Scheibner
  • Tyleeah Stanley
  • Aashna Tarasaria
  • Serenity Wiles

Moot Court Board members were selected based on a combination of their performance in the spring 2023 Intramural Moot Court Competition, their appellate brief from the spring trimester Legal Method & Communication course, and their overall academic record.

New members will work with established members from the Class of 2023 to host October’s Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition before helping to organize the 2024 Elon Law Intramural Moot Court Competition and next fall’s Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition.

Members will also represent Elon Law in external competitions this fall and in future trimesters. The newest cohort joins with current board members who graduate in December (see a complete list of Moot Court Board members).

“Interest in Elon Law’s Moot Court Board is stronger than ever as our law school continues to grow its national reputation for practical training,” said Senior Associate Dean Alan Woodlief, director of Elon Law’s Moot Court Program. “I look forward to working with these exceptional students as they host some of our signature events while representing the law school at prestigious competitions across the country.”