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CURRENT LEADERS (2007):

123 J.B. - Chicago-Kent (1st)
National Winner, NYC Bar NMC (National: 27 x 2 = 54 points; Regional: 6 points; 60
points)
National Semifinalist, ABA NAAC (National: 16 x 2 = 32 points; Regional: 31 points; 63
points total)

123 R.M. - Chicago-Kent (1st)
National Winner, NYC Bar NMC (National: 27 x 2 = 54 points; Regional: 6 points; 60
points)
National Semifinalist, ABA NAAC (National: 16 x 2 = 32 points; Regional: 31 points; 63
points total)

CURRENT LEADERS (2008):

82 B.D. - Chicago-Kent (1st)
National Winner, NYC Bar NMC (National: 27 x 2 = 54 points; Regional: 6 points; 60
points)
Wechsler at Buffalo (second place out of 24 non-Buffalo teams = 22 points)

82 A.B. - Chicago-Kent (1st)
National Winner, NYC Bar NMC (National: 27 x 2 = 54 points; Regional: 6 points; 60
points)
Wechsler at Buffalo (finalist out of 24 non-Buffalo teams = 22 points)

CURRENT LEADER (2009):
None

CURRENT LEADER (2010):

128 J.J. - Texas Tech (1st)
National Winner, NYC Bar (61 points)
National Semifinalist, ABA NAAC (67 points)
LAW SCHOOL ADVOCACY
BRIAN KOPPEN'S
MOOT COURTER OF THE YEAR
LSA's Moot Courter of the Year award!

This is honorary -- no money or trophy.  But the winners can boast the honor and
add to their resume "Advisory Committee Member, LawSchoolAdvocacy.com."

Given any Pace Enviro semifinalist finish gets you 60+ points, the aggregate of the
points you earned your program in any given Ranking Season should exceed that.  

[This is your two top finishes.  For those professional arguers having argued 3+
times per year, forward me your two best finishes.]

This will not recognize comps' advocate/brief awards.

Since this is new, nothing is "locked"; thus, individual arguers earn double points
at the international round of Jessup (top 8 American teams) and national rounds of
NYC Bar/ABA (top 8).

Please note that the
best places for points are mega-competitions like NYC Bar NMC
(super-competitive), ABA NAAC (same) and Pace Environmental (less competitive than
the foregoing).

The worst place for points? University of Houston/Blakely Advocacy Institute's
so-called "Championship."  The entrance fee, hotel room and airline ticket to
exotic Houston gets you [the chance at] zero points.