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Students Advance at American Bar Association Competition

Students advance to finals at student trial competition

Pepperdine Law students Grace Waddell, Gib Faller, Mary-Kate Kelledy, and Aaron Eslamboly advanced to the final round at the 14th Annual American Bar Association Labor and Employment Law Regional Trial Competition, whcih was held at the United States Courthouse in Los Angeles.

From the ABA

The American Bar Association’s Section of Labor and Employment Law established the LEL Trial Advocacy Competition to introduce law students to the challenges and rewards of employment and labor litigation.

Law students who participate in the Competition have the opportunity to develop their trial advocacy technique in a mock courtroom experience. The Competition offers participating students a forum in which they may develop the skills they will be using as practitioners, and a chance to meet and network with fellow law students and labor and employment law practitioners.

Congratulations, finalists, on an outstanding performance!