Top Notch Advocacy Training
The College of Law’s nationally ranked Advocacy Program enjoys a strong track record of stellar results on the biggest stages competing against other law schools.
These competitions—supported by the student-run Travis H.D. Lewin Advocacy Honor Society (AHS)—teach advocacy skills through mock appellate, alternative dispute resolution (ADR), and trial experiences.
Beginning in a student’s second semester, law students may participate in intra-school competitions hosted by AHS. Second- and third-year law students may try out to represent the College at inter-collegiate competitions.