GULC wins international Space Law Moot Court Competition!Click here for full story.
Samuel Lehman won the 62nd Annual Beaudry Moot Court Competition!Click here for more details.
Gwendolyn Arber won the 2013 Bellamy Negotiation Competition, Georgetown's internal ADR competition.Click here to read more about ADR.
Nayantara Bhushan and Greg Van Houten are the winners of the 2013 William W. Greenhalgh Trial Advocacy Competition!
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James Romoser named 2013 Leahy championClick here for full story.
For more than seventy years, the Barristers' Council has been providing students at Georgetown University Law Center with opportunities to hone their advocacy skills. Students who are interested in joining the Council do so through the Appellate Advocacy, Trial Advocacy, and ADR Advocacy divisions, which sponsor a number of intrascholastic competitions every year. Students chosen to join Barristers' Council begin intensive training to represent Georgetown Law at national and international advocacy competitions.
|2013-2014 Executive Committee
Carmen Green, Executive Director
Tyler Clemons, Managing Director
Nathaniel Kurcab, Financial Director
Chris Sullivan, Director of ADR Advocacy
Rob Boyd, Director of Appellate Advocacy
Maggie Nettesheim, Director of Trial Advocacy
Elizabeth Ewert, Faculty Advisor
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Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 662-9271
Fax: (202) 662-9266
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