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(2007 Running Tally)

                               

                                             Trial Advocacy - 2007 (not "locked")

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    2007Ranking Season:

    51Syracuse (1st)
    NITA Tournament of Champions (semifinalist out of 16 teams = 12 points)
    Buffalo Niagara (winner out of 40 teams = 39 points)

    50Akron (2nd)
    NITA Tournament of Champions (finalist out of 16 teams = 14 points)
    Buffalo Niagara (semifinalist out of 40 teams = 36 points)

    45South Texas (3rd)
    White Collar Crime comp (winner out of 16 teams = 15 points)
    William Daniel (finalist out of 18 teams = 16 points)
    Lone Star (finalist out of 16 teams = 14 points)

    42St. John's (4th)
    ABA JMLS Criminal Justice (semifinalistout of 17 non-JMLS, non-international teams
    =13points)
    NITA Tournament of Champions (winner out of 16 teams = 15 points)
    AAJ (regional finalist out of 16 teams = 14 points)

    38 Duquesne (5th)
    Buffalo Niagara (finalist out of 40 teams = 38 points)

    36 Faulkner (6th)
    Buffalo Niagara (semifinalist out of 40 teams = 36 points)

    32 Quinnipiac (7th)
    AAJ (regional semifinalist out of 16 teams = 12 points)
    TYLA NTC region 1 (regional finalist out of 22 teams = 20 points)

    21 San Diego (8th)
    San Diego Defense Lawyers (winner out of 22 teams = 21 points)

    17 Georgia (9th)
    William Daniel (winner out of 18 teams = 17 points)

    16 Loyola New Orleans(10th)
    ABA JMLS Criminal Justice (winnerout of 17 non-JMLS, non-international teams=16
    points)

    15 Samford Cumberland (11th)
    Lone Star (winner out of 16 teams = 15 points)

    15 Temple(11th)
    ABA JMLS Criminal Justice (finalistout of 17 non-JMLS, non-international teams=15
    points)

    14 Pace (13th)
    White Collar Crime comp (finalist out of 16 teams = 14 points)

    14 Georgia State (13th)
    William Daniel (semifinalist out of 18 teams = 14 points)

    14 Texas Tech (13th)
    William Daniel (semifinalist out of 18 teams = 14 points)

    13 University of Washington (16th)
    ABA JMLS Criminal Justice (semifinalistout of 17 non-JMLS, non-international teams
    =13points)

    12 St. Mary's (17th)
    White Collar Crime comp (semifinalist out of 16 teams = 12 points)

    12 Texas (17th)
    White Collar Crime comp (semifinalist out of 16 teams = 12 points)

    12 Washington University St. Louis (17th)
    NITA Tournament of Champions (semifinalist out of 16 teams = 12 points)

    12 Tulane (17th)
    Lone Star (semifinalist out of 16 teams = 12 points)

    12 Texas Wesleyan(17th)
    Lone Star (semifinalist out of 16 teams = 12 points)





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