Published on February 1, 2024 by Morgan Black  
Advocacy Team 2023 2024
Cumberland School of Law continues its longstanding tradition of excellence in advocacy education during the spring 2024 semester. Over the next few months, students will travel and compete in trial, moot court, arbitration and negotiation competitions all over the country.
Learn where they’re competing:

American Bar Association (ABA) Negotiation National Finals
February 1-4
Chicago, Illinois
American Bar Association (ABA) National Appellate Advocacy Competition (NAAC) Regionals
February 14-18
Las Vegas, Nevada
National Trial Competition Region 8
February 16-18
Birmingham, Alabama 
American Bar Association (ABA) Client Counseling Regional Competition
February 16-18
Birmingham, Alabama
Online National Championship Trial Competition
February 23-25
Birmingham, Alabama
Trials and Tribulations National Trial Competition
February 29-March 4
Columbia, South Carolina
Duberstein Moot Court Competition
February 29- March 5
New York, New York
American Association for Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Advocacy Competition 
March 7-10
Birmingham, Alabama
Kaufman Moot Court Competition
March 14-18
New York, New York
American Bar Association (ABA) Mediation Virtual Competition
March 15-17
South Texas Mock Trial Challenge
March 27-31
Houston, Texas

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