Baylor wins 2019 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition crown

There can be only one. And last weekend in Chicago, the final 24 teams in the 2019 ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition gathered to see who would take the title in this year’s moot court battle. In the end, the team of Kyle Gardner, Haley Mowdy, Kyle Stone from Baylor Law School emerged as the victors, defeating St. Mary’s University School of Law on Saturday morning. The topic for the 2019 competition was the Eighth Amendment, focusing on solitary confinement, cruel and unusual punishment, and adolescent incarceration. Here are the complete results: Champion Baylor University School of Law, Team 708Kyle Gardner, Haley Mowdy, Kyle Stone National Finalist St. Mary’s University School of Law, Team 703Katelynn Duane Armijo, Bobby Biedrzycki, Nicole Cooper National Semifinalists Seton Hall University School of Law, Team 370Alison Thompson, Jessica Guarracino Texas A&M University School of Law, Team 413John…

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