Howard Law Trial Advocacy Team Advances In South Texas Mock Trial Challenge


WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 1, 2021) — Howard University School of Law congratulates the following Huver I. Brown Trial Advocacy Team advocates for making it to the South Texas Mock Trial Challenge competition SEMIFINALS

Naomi Alexander (2L) 

Jerry Ford (3L)

Jordan Malone (2L) 

Radarius Morrow (3L)

Adam Hunter, Howard Law adjunct professor and team coach, cannot be happier about his team.

"This accomplishment is added confirmation that Howard University School of Law has one of the best trial advocacy programs in the country,” Hunter said. “We continue to compete and achieve at the highest level and against some the best schools in the country."

A special congratulations also goes out to Naomi Alexander for winning Best Advocate in the Preliminary Rounds.

"I wouldn’t have achieved Best Advocate without my team,” Alexander said. “We had high expectations for this competition, so Radarius, Jordan, Jerry, and I dedicated countless hours of our time in preparation. I am so honored to be the Best Advocate of the Preliminary Rounds; and I am proud to continue representing Howard under the direction of Coach Hunter at competitions next year!"

The South Texas Challenge hosts the top trial advocacy programs across the country.  Out of the 34 teams that competed, Howard Law was among the top four.  These students competed in six competitive trials over the course of three full days of competition.   

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