Three more OU Law competition teams bring home awards. Two teams headed to San Francisco for the ABA NAAC regional competitions. The team of Kelsey Frobisher, Blake Johnson, and Alex Duncan AND the team of Brett Merritt, Andrew Henry, and Jeff Vogt were undefeated and advanced to the final round. Kelsey Frobisher, Blake Johnson, and Jeff Vogt won speaker awards, while the team of Kelsey Frobisher, Blake Johnson, and Alex Duncan won 3rd best brief. The teams were coached by Professor Michelle Johnson who will also take them to the national competition in Chicago in April.
First Place goes to the BLSA Moot Court team of Marcus Barahona and Jonathan Brewer. They headed to Austin for the regional competition with coaches and OU Law alumni Chris Staine and Marcus Bivines. Andre Caldwell, former competition team member and fellow alum, also traveled to Austin to support the team and coaches. The team now heads to Milwaukee in March for the national competition
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