Syracuse National Trial Competition
Loyola Law School Los Angeles Wins 2020 Syracuse National Trial Competition
Loyola Law School Los Angeles has repeated as the winner of this year's Syracuse National Trial Competition. Loyola prevailed over Georgetown Law in the final round. University of Buffalo Law School and St. John's University Law School were semi-finalists.
Individual awards were given to:
SNTC, among the first national virtual trial competitions in the 2020-2021 academic year, featured nearly 50 trials before 150 judge and evaluator panels, with the participation of 100 students. Judges and evaluators from around the country provided thoughtful feedback to the students who argued Martin v. Francis, – a matter of voting rights and election law –a very timely and relevant legal matter.
Syracuse University College of Law would like to extend our sincere thanks to all the schools that participated in this year's competition. It was a hard-fought, close competition from the first opening argument to the last closing argument.
The College of Law would like to extend our sincere thanks to all the schools that applied for the 2020 Syracuse National Trial Competition. We greatly appreciate the level of interest in this competition and thank all the tremendously qualified applicants.
We are pleased to announce the schools selected to participate this fall in the virtual competition:
We look forward to a fantastic competition.