Monday, August 29, 2011

Loyola Law School's Tenth Annual National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC)

Created by Loyola Law School Prof. Susan Poehls in 2002, The NCTC ( ) is an invitational tournament open to all ABA accredited law schools, which gives student litigants an opportunity to develop and display their skills as a successful civil litigator.

More than 50 law schools across the country applied to compete in the 2011 NCTC. The NCTC is regarded as one of the top-tier law school trial advocacy competitions in the United States. Each school may bring one team of four advocates/witnesses to perform opening statements, direct-and-cross-examination of expert and lay witnesses, closing arguments, and argue objections based on the Federal Rules of Evidence.

Loyola Law School and event sponsor Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP are pleased to announce the 16 law schools that have been selected to participate in Loyola Law School's Tenth Annual National Civil Trial Competition (NCTC) which will be held November 10 through 12, 2011 in Los Angeles. The sixteen schools include Temple University Beasley School of Law; Baylor Law School; University at Buffalo Law School; Northwestern University School of Law; and University of Maryland School of Law.


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