Posted: January 22nd, 2018 | By: Lisa Snedeker
Malone also won the award for Best Advocate.
Associate Dean for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Professor of Law Simone Rose praised the team members on their accomplishment saying, “Congratulations everyone — Go Wake!”
According to the UNC Law website, the competition is named for its sponsors, Kilpatrick Townsend, and held each January at the University of North Carolina School of Law for first-year students from UNC and other North Carolina law schools, and is organized by the Broun National Trial Team.
Kilpatrick offers a unique chance for first-year law students to gain first-hand trial advocacy experience in a friendly, open setting. Though inherently competitive, the competition is deigned to be an accessible, low-stress learning opportunity for any student interested in litigation, regardless of their experience level. Accordingly, the competition focuses on development of trial skills rather than knowledge of the law.