Trial Advocacy Board announces new members

The Charleston School of Law Trial Advocacy Board (TAB) recognized two of its members for Best Opening Statement and Best Cross-Examination at the recent tryout competition.

The Best Opening Statement Award was given to Gabriel Mangold, a 3L at the law school and the Best Cross-Examination honor was awarded to Brett Moorman (2L).

The Trial Advocacy Board (TAB) at Charleston School of Law is designed to prepare students to become ethical, experienced, and zealous lawyer-advocates.

Participation is founded upon a student’s commitment to the pursuit of excellence in advocacy and to ethically represent the Charleston School of Law through dedication and compliance with each team’s rigorous and demanding practice schedule, when representing the Charleston School of Law in trial advocacy competitions throughout the nation.

The board recently announced its new members that includes:

  • Sydney Denninger
  • Lauren Dunn
  • Jazmyne Gleaton
  • Will Hampton
  • Peyton Isemann
  • James Lyons
  • Gabriel Mangold
  • Brett Moorman
  • Alexis Mourounas
  • Jordan Plemons
  • Rachel Rittleman
  • Sydney Rose
  • Blake Spradley
  • Macay Stephens