Quarter Finalists: David Delpapa, Steven Deese, Josie Chandler, Christine Hofer, Natalie Quinn, Michael Harrington, Jonathan Molleur, and Steven Sheperd
Semi Finalists: David Delpapa, Josie Chandler, Christine Hofer, and Natalie Quinn
Finalists David Delpapa and Josie Chandler (winner – Best Advocate and Best Brief)
Peter Morris, Ana Sirakov, and Stephen Smith
From left to right: Maurice Aguiler, Finalist, Best Advocate; Richard Newman, Semifinalist; Jason McGuire, Quarterfinalist; Kelsey Gore, Quarterfinalist, Best Brief Appellee; Taylor Lovely, Quarterfinalist; Colleen Duran, Quarterfinalist; Christopher Basso, Best Brief Appellant; Michael Eastman, Finalist; Seldon Nasson, Semifinalist.
From left to right: Catherine Guthrie, Best Brief, Appellant; Everald Henry, Quarterfinalist; Julie Johnson, Quarterfinalist, Best Brief Appellee; Arthur Akers, Finalist; Richard Campos, Best Advocate; Marco Bearchie, Semifinalist; Stephanie Tompkins, Quarterfinalist; Stephen Miliotis, Quarterfinalist; Joseph Kelley, Semifinalist. Fall 2013
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