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Nov. 18, 2020

Greene Broillet, Loyola Law sponsor national mock trial tournament

Sixteen student teams from across the nation participated in a two-day mock wrongful death trial tournament sponsored by Loyola Law School and Greene Broillet & Wheeler LLP. The competition, held virtually for the first time due to the pandemic, was judged by members of the Southern California bar last weekend.

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Sixteen student teams from across the nation participated in a two-day mock wrongful death trial tournament sponsored by Loyola Law School and Greene Broillet & Wheeler LLP. The competition, held virtually for the first time due to the pandemic, was judged by members of the Southern California bar last weekend.

A four-student team from Temple University Beasley School of Law in Pennsylvania placed first in the 19th annual National Civil Trial Competition.

From top left to bottom right, the team members are: Rachel Dansky, Tatiana Cook, coach Marissa Bluestine, Andrew M. Marth and Terence A. Jones. Another coach, Laura Mattiacci, is not pictured.

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