FIFTY * FIFTY CAMPAIGN in Celebration of Kellie Casey’s 50th Birthday – MOCKERS

By UGA School of Law | Phyllis Cooke

  • $4,000.00

    Funded. Goal: $50,000.00

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About the Project

TEAM MOCK TRIAL

In honor of Kellie Casey’s 50th birthday and her 15 years of excellent service as Advocacy Director for the University of Georgia School of Law, we are kicking off a campaign to raise $50,000.00 for the Law School Fund. This FIFTY FIFTY campaign is a challenge to see which “team” can raise the most money in honor of Kellie Casey!

Georgia Law’s Moot Court and Mock Trial advocacy programs have won 5 national titles, 11 regional crowns and 5 state trophies in the last 5 years.

The Law School Fund provides the private resources to support Georgia Law’s outstanding Advocacy Program.lawtrophies

About Kellie Casey

kellieKellie Casey joined the law school as director of advocacy in the fall of 2000. She teaches appellate advocacy and serves as director of the law school’s award-winning moot court and mock trial programs. In only her first year of leadership, the advocacy programs reached new heights: moot court teams captured the regional championships and numerous individual honors at every tiered tournament they entered, including the prestigious National Moot Court Competition, the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition and the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition; mock trial teams reached the top six of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America (ATLA) national competition and the finals of the Georgetown White Collar Crime Competition. Under her guidance, Georgia Law’s advocacy students have continued to amass national titles and individual awards, and they routinely capture the top trophies at the regional and state levels.

Casey earned her law degree from UGA in 1990 and is an accomplished veteran of the law school’s moot court program, winning several individual oralist honors and competing as a member of the prestigious National Moot Court Team. She also received her bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from UGA.

 

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Phyllis Cooke | UGA Law Director of Annual Giving  | cooke@uga.edu | 706.542.7637

 

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  1. ALEX CASH
    $150.00
    05/30/15 @ 10:47 pm
  2. cHRISTOPHER GANT
    $100.00
    05/30/15 @ 9:58 pm
  3. SHAMIRACLE JOHNSON
    $50.00
    05/30/15 @ 9:51 pm
  4. AMER AHMAD
    $100.00
    05/30/15 @ 9:36 pm
  5. Paul Kilpatrick, Jr.
    $1,000.00
    05/28/15 @ 3:18 pm
  6. Jay Hirsch
    $500.00
    05/26/15 @ 3:20 pm
  7. W. Matthew Wilson
    $100.00
    05/26/15 @ 9:17 am
  8. Wade Tomlinson
    $250.00
    05/21/15 @ 5:27 pm
  9. William Norwood
    $500.00
    05/21/15 @ 5:24 pm
  10. M.J. Blakely
    $1,000.00
    05/21/15 @ 5:14 pm
  11. Wick Cauthorn
    $250.00
    05/21/15 @ 2:03 pm

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