The Best Brief Competition is an annual event in which the Legal Research and Writing faculty select the best appellate briefs from among those written by their students. A panel of Wisconsin attorneys evaluate the semi-finalists' briefs to determine who will become finalists. A panel of Law School faculty evaluate the finalists' briefs to determine the winner.
The finalists in the Spring 2013 Best Brief Competition (first-year
students) are Nicholas Bullard, Jarvis Idowu, Amanda Kuklinski, Daniel
Poniatowski, Nathan Schlavensky, and Rachel Snyder.
The finalists in the 2012-2013 Best Brief Competition (second-year
students) are Andrea Davenport, Caitlin Madden, Matthew Misfeldt,
Jacqueline Roush, Bryce Schoenborn, and Kevin Van Ert.
Congratulations to the finalists!
The semi-finalists in the Spring 2013 Best Brief Competition (first-year students) are Sonal Agarwal, Liz Bradley, Nicholas Bullard, Joseph Calavenna, Amanda Herman, Lisa Fishering, Laura Graham, Nicholas Herdrich, Courtney Hollander, Jarvis Idowu, Amanda Kuklinski, Chelsey Metcalf, Daniel Poniatowski, Nathan Schlavensky, Rachel Snyder, Grant Turpin, and Katelynn Williams.
The semi-finalists in the 2012-2013 Best Brief Competition
(second-year students) are Kelliann Blazek, Anita Boor, Stephen Cirillo,
Andrea Davenport, Nicholas Doremus, Lisa Holl Chang, Emily Hutchens,
Mahima Kheterpal, Vanessa Kuettel, Jennifer Limbach, Lynn Lodahl,
Caitlin Madden, Matthew Misfeldt, Ryan Pheifer, Jacqueline Roush, Bryce
Schoenborn, Kevin Van Ert, Monica Wedgewood, and Holly Wilson.
Congratulations to the semi-finalists!
Submitted by Mary Ann Polewski on October 8, 2013
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