Texas Tech Law secured second place in the inaugural American Bar Association Competitions Championship.
The national championships rank law schools by points earned through team achievements and participation in the ABA Law Student Division’s four practical skills competitions: Arbitration Competition, Negotiation Competition, Client Counseling Competition, and National Appellate Advocacy Competition (NAAC Moot Court). The ranking criteria and the point totals for the top teams can be found here.
The Competitions Championship was established to recognize law schools that go above and beyond to prepare students for practice. This year, over 1,300 students from 156 law schools participated in one or more of the competitions sponsored by the ABA’s Law Student Division.
This ranking recognizes Texas Tech Law’s commitment to training students to become highly skilled lawyers and the success of the advocacy program as a whole. Congratulations to Rob Sherwin and all our wonderful students and coaches!