Insights: News A "Quadfecta" for the Wake Forest Law School
Wake Forest Magazine
Kilpatrick Townsend attorney Mark Boynton has served as his alma mater's trial teams' coach since 2008. This year, Wake Forest teams won four national championships in what Dean Suzanne Reynolds calls a “quadfecta.” The law school is the only one in recent history to win in consecutive years the AAJ Student Trial Advocacy Competition (2017), the National Moot Court Competition (2017), the American College of Trial Lawyers National Trial Competition (spring 2018) and the Tournament of Champions (TOC) by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. (October 2018).
Read more about the accomplishment here: Wake Forest Magazine
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