Law students win moot court competition for fourth straight year
If practice makes perfect, then Baylor Law students are clearly well on their way to starting excellent careers.
For the fourth straight year (and the seventh time in 12 years), a team of Baylor Law School students won first place at the annual Mack Kidd Administrative Law Moot Court Competition. The team of Jennifer Salim and Wes LeRouax (pictured) claimed top honors at the event, in which students take place in simulated court proceedings.
In addition to winning the event, Salim and LeRouax were each recognized among the competition’s top speakers, finishing second and third, respectively. Their brief also won second place honors. Two other Baylor teams also performed well, with one pair reaching the semifinals and another reaching the quarterfinals.
Sic ’em, Baylor Law!