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 Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition

Since 1994, Loyola has won 11 Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competitions. Congratulations to our 2018 national champs Prathyusha Matam and Matthew Yasuoka. Read More

  • Loyola’s Corboy Fellows Ruddy Abam, Brian Baloun, Amber Carpenter, and Nathaniel Cobbett won First Place at the William W. Daniel National Invitational Mock Trial Competition. Read More
  • Corboy Fellows Ayah Elfarra, Courtney Fischel, Edet Nsemo, and Teresa Russo won First Place at the Professor Bernie Segal National Criminal Mock Trial Competition In Vino Veritas. Read More
  • Criminal Law Mock Trial Team members Mary Daly, Ian Fallon, Gino Jacobazzi, and Anne Kelly placed third at the California Attorneys for Criminal Justice National Criminal Trial Advocacy Competition in San Francisco. Read More
  • Patricia Martin and Justin Sia won the Central Regional Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition, while Prathyusha Matam and Matthew Yasuoka were named Central Regional Semi-Finalists. Both Loyola teams advanced to nationals. Read More
  • Loyola Moot Court Team members Jalen Brown, Emily Olivera, and Molly Hunsinger won the Region VIII National Moot Court Competition and will advance to the national competition in New York. Read More
  • Pilar Mendez and Marc Raifman placed second in the National Health Law Moot Court Competition held in Carbondale, Illinois. Read More
  • Loyola's team of Amanda Bulot and Kenny Hebeisen took First Place out of 31 competing teams at the Chicago Bar Association Moot Court Competition. Read More