AJMLS Students Compete in ABA Regional Negotiation Competition
Posted on: November 4th, 2013
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School students Tyler Carey, Jeff Sayer, Amon Kirk, and Matt Messerli recently represented the law school in the ABA Regional Negotiation Competition hosted by Emory University. The competition consisted of 20 teams from across the southeast, each team made up of two students. The teams competed in two rounds on Saturday, negotiating two different contracts. Despite a hard fought battle, neither of the two teams advanced to the finals on Sunday. However, each team represented AJMLS well.
Three of the four team members are 1Ls and the fourth is a 2L evening student. John Marshall is very proud of these students for showing such initiative by participating in a competition this early in their law school careers. The team worked hard preparing for the competition and learned a great deal in the process. The law school hopes they will want to compete again next year and put all the valuable insight they gained this year to work.
AJMLS would also like to thank our dedicated alumni coaches – Thomas (Torrey) Rainey (AJMLS 2012) and Amy Zapatka (AJMLS 2013) – who took the helm for this competition. Having alumni who have competed in these competitions and who are not only willing to help, but are enthusiastic about coming back to AJMLS to share their wisdom and experience with the next generation of competitors is invaluable for the school and for the students.