Pictured [left to right]: Clay Watkins, Katherine Handy, and Stephanie Ibarra.
A trio of Texas Tech Law students claimed the law school’s 33rd national advocacy title at the National Energy and Sustainability Moot Court Competition hosted by West Virginia University on March 12–14. 3L Katherine Handy and 2Ls Stephanie Ibarra and Clay Watkins bested the University of North Dakota School of Law for the top prize. Their victory makes Handy the first three-time national moot court champion in Texas Tech Law history, and marks the second time in the past three years that Texas Tech Law has won the competition.
Pictured [left to right]: Jamie Vaughan, Matthew Loving, Shelby Hall, Stephanie Ibarra, Clay Watkins, and Katherine Handy.
A second Texas Tech Law team comprised of 3L Jamie Vaughan and 2Ls Shelby Hall and Matthew Loving finished as quarterfinalists.
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