Congratulations to Marquette’s 2015 AAJ National Trial Team

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Congratulations to Marquette’s AAJ National Trial Competition Team for its third place finish in the Omaha regional.

This year’s team was comprised of Alexander Foundos and Christopher Kradle for the Plaintiff and Jennifer McNamee and Cameron Weitzner for the Defense.  The coaches for the team were Attys. Nate Blair and Jason Luczak, who spent countless hours working with the team as part of the Trial Skills Competition class at the Law School.

The American Association for Justice (AAJ) National Student Trial Advocacy Competition is one of the premier national trial competitions in the country. Well over 200 teams from law schools around the country compete.

The Omaha regional hosted 16 teams. After the three preliminary rounds, Marquette was undefeated and advanced to the semifinal round. While the Marquette team ultimately lost a well-fought trial in the semifinals, the team ended up placing third overall—an excellent showing.

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