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Student advocates from South Texas College of Law claimed top prizes in three different competitions last month, officials with the Houston school announced. The school’s team of Alexandra Hogan, Matt Caligur and Mark Callender was named best team at the National Moot Court Competition in Information Technology & Privacy Law at John Marshall Law School in Chicago. The team also defeated advocates from Queensland College in Australia to claim the top prize at the competition — its brief was named the best overall and the best petitioner’s brief. The competition was Oct. 12-14. At the Texas Administrative & Public Law Moot Court competition held Oct. 13-14, the brief written by the South Texas team of B.J. Bell, J.D. Schacht and Chris Volf was declared best of the competition. The award for second best brief went to the school’s team of James Bailey, Bryan Marshall and Misty Hataway. In San Diego, South Texas student Josh Fuchs was named best individual advocate at the National Criminal Procedure Competition held Oct. 12-14. The school’s number of national wins is now 72, more than any other law school in the nation. In San Antonio, Texas, officials at St. Mary’s University School of Law announced that third-year student James A. Rainwater won the Southwestern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies’ legal writing competition on wildlife or conservation law. Rainwater won with a paper titled “The Upper Mississippi: River of Doubt? Environmental Impacts of Pollution, Development, and Regulation.”

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