Law school students headed to National Arbitration Competition
December 05, 2012 | Liberty University News Service
The Liberty University School of Law Trial Team took second place in the American Bar Association’s 2012-2013 Regional Arbitration Competition in Jackson, Miss., Nov. 17-18, qualifying for the national competition in Chicago in January.
This was the first year Liberty has entered a team in the competition.
Coach Pamela Bell, associate professor of law, formed the school’s first comprehensive trial team program last year and entered the team in the Regional Arbitration Competition as a way to prepare it for the National Trial Competition and American Association for Justice Student Trial Advocacy Competition next semester. She was not expecting to qualify for nationals.
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