Craddock Returns to UNC School of Law as Instructor for Holderness Moot Court Advanced Skills Training Workshop

Angela Farag Craddock recently returned to UNC School of Law for the 4th consecutive year as an Instructor-In-Residence to assist UNC law students at this year’s Holderness Moot Court Advanced Skills Training Workshop. The Holderness Moot Court pioneered these one-day workshops four years ago to bring all 2L and 3L Holderness members (approximately 100 students) in direct contact with practicing attorneys and judges in a program featuring a fast-paced mix of plenary sessions, panels of local practitioners, skills training across the various team disciplines (client counseling, negotiation, and appellate advocacy), and more focused team-specific drills. In connection with this year’s program, Angela spoke as a panelist on the topic of writing the winning brief, and worked directly with students on the Negotiations Teams by observing and providing feedback on their mock negotiation exercises.

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