Two Wake Forest Teams compete at Billings, Exum and Frye Constitutional Law Competition

Evelyn Norton '16, Kelsey Kolb '16, and Emily Singer '16 at the Billings, Exum & Frye Constitutional Law competition at Elon University School of Law.

Evelyn Norton ’16, Kelsey Kolb ’16, Emily Singer ’16, and Professor Steve Garland at the Billings, Exum & Frye Constitutional Law competition at Elon University School of Law.

The Wake Forest Moot Court Board sent two teams of advocates to Elon University School of Law to compete in the Billings, Exum & Frye Constitutional Law Competition. The year marked the sixth annual  Moot Court Competition hosted at Elon University School of Law. The competition took place March 31-April 2, 2016.

The Billings, Exum & Frye Constitutional Law Competition honors three North Carolina Supreme Court Justices who have greatly impacted the Court: Rhona Bryan Billings, James G. Exum, and Henry E. Frye. The competition problem always focuses on constitutional law issues. This year twenty law schools, including Wake Forest, were represented at the competition

Steven Hemric '17, Cate Berenato '17, and Matthew Kerschner '17 at the Billings, Exum & Frye Constitutional Law competition at Elon University School of Law.

Steven Hemric ’17, Cate Berenato ’17, and Matthew Kerschner ’17 at the Billings, Exum & Frye Constitutional Law competition at Elon University School of Law.

 

One team was made up a three second year students: Steven Hemric ’17, Cate Berenato ’17, and Matthew Kerschner ’17. This team was coached by Professor John Korzen. The second team was made up of third year students: Evelyn Norton ’16, Kelsey Kolb ’16, and Emily Singer ’16. This team was by Professor Steve Garland. Both teams displayed impressive oral advocacy skills during the competition.

The teams would like to personally thank Professor John Korzen and Professor Steve Garland for lending their time and wisdom to the teams. Their dedication to the teams was expremely appreciated and help each team enter the competition fully prepared. The Wake Forest Moot Court Board and law school community is proud of the zealous advocacy skills of these six competitors!