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Loyola takes top honors

Excellence in Advocacy

Loyola’s strong advocacy tradition results in regional, national, and international wins in moot court, mock trial, dispute resolution, and transactional competitions. Here is a summary of recent Loyola successes:

Loyola takes first in Tournament of Champions Mock Trial Competition

16 teams are selected to participate in this prestigious competition, sponsored by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Congratulations to our 2019 national champs Brian Baloun, Miya Saint-Louis, Madeline Beck and Joseph Tennial. Read More

  • Corboy Fellows Nathaniel Cobbett, Andre Hunter, Abby Spradlin and Radhika Sutherland placed third at the Professor Bernie L. Segal National Criminal Law Mock Trial Competition In Vino Veritas.
  • Reeny John and Shivani Rishi won the Central Regional Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition, while Shannon Bauer and Vikas Patel were named Central Regional runner-up. Both Loyola teams advanced to nationals.
  • Loyola's Corboy Fellows Brian Baloun, Madeline Beck, Miya Saint-Louis and Joseph Tennial won the Tournament of Champions Mock Trial Competition held in Washington, D.C.
  • Jonah Heemstra and Karin Long placed second at the National Health Law Moot Court Competition which took place in Carbondale, Illinois.
  • Loyola's team of Reeny John and Shivani Rishi placed second at the Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition held in Austin, Texas.
  • Corboy Fellows Ruddy Abam, Madeline Beck, Nathaniel Cobbett and Filippo Leone took first place at the William W. Daniel Mock Trial Competition held in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Sheby Kost, Prathyusha Matam and Francisca Wolfenson won the Region 8 National Moot Court Competition which took place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The team advanced to nationals.