On March 25th, advocates competed in the Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst Moot Court Competition. Each team completed a brief for the problem. Advocates Gina Mills and Michael Creme earned the highest brief score winning best brief in the competition.  Additionally, advocate Kristina Smith was awarded best advocate of the competition. 

Advancing to the final round were advocates Kristina Smith and Adrian Galvan as petitioner and advocates Gina Mills and Michael Creme as respondent. The advocates argued before the Honorable Barbara Lynn, the Honorable Jane Boyle, and the Honorable Karen Scholer. Advocates Gina Mills and Michael Creme were Champions of the round! Please join the BOA in congratulating these advocates on their hard work and success!

The BOA would like to thank all of our bailiffs and judges who helped make this competition a success. We would also like to thank the administration for its support of this competition. Special thanks to the Honorable Barbara Lynn, the Honorable Jane Boyle, and the Honorable Karen Scholer for judging the final round. Finally, we would like to thank our sponsor Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst for its support of SMU Dedman School of Law and the Board of Advocates.  


Runners Up:  Adrian Galvan & Kristina Smith           Best Speaker:  Kristina Smith
RUNNERS UP:                                                  BEST SPEAKER:
Adrian Galvan and Kristina Smith                     Kristina Smith

Finalist:  Adrian Galvan, Kristina Smith, Gina Mills and Michael Creme     Semifinalists
FINALISTS:                                                 SEMIFINALISTS:  L to R, Front to Back
Adrian Galvan, Kristina Smith,                 
Jay Spring, Austin Hamby, Adrian Galvan, & Ty Harding
Gina Mills & Michael Creme                     Michael Creme, Gina Mills, Kristina Smith and Briana Blackman                                                                                                                                      .