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Transactional Law Team selected 12 new members
The Charleston School of Law Transactional Law Team (TLT) held its annual internal competition on Saturday and 12 new members were selected for the 2022-23 academic year.
“The applicants for the Team this year were extremely well-prepared and showed a true passion for transactional law,” said faculty advisor and Professor Jean Steadman. “The Team was thrilled to see so much excitement and interest in the program and we look forward to continuing to grow the Team’s presence at Charleston School of Law.”
More than 40 Charleston Law students competed for the coveted Team spots. The application process took place over the course of two weeks and culminated with live negotiations judged by the current 3L Team members.
The new team members were announced on Instagram on Saturday evening. They are:
- Mitchell Lyle
- Caroline Raine
- Mathew Decker
- Nicole Leva
- Amanda Vinges
- Jessie Price
- Sydney Cameron
- J.P. Fountain
- Ellie Lange
- Natalie Ritz
- Lexi Mecum
- Emily Sanders
The current Team members created a transaction and drafted all the accompanying documentation for the competition over the summer. The student applicants were then given the transactional hypothetical and assigned either the Buyer or Seller position. Thereafter, the applicants drafted a contract ; marked-up the counterparty’s draft; and negotiated their client’s key terms.
The Transactional Law Team facilitates and promote in the development of transactional law practical skills including negotiating and drafting binding transactional law instruments such as contracts. The team will work collectively to learn and prepare for internal and external competition during the Spring 2023 semester.
Fall 2022 Guest Speakers
|Friday, September 2||Negotiation Issues & Simulation||Ben Pogue|
|Friday, September 9||Construction Contract Issues & Drafting Tips||Carlton Bowers|
|Friday, September 16||Drafting M&A Clauses||Lindsey Cooper|
|Friday, September 30||Drafting M&A/Real Estate Issues||Nick Tierney|
|Friday, October 14||M&A: Structuring Financing||Hal Cobb|
|Friday, October 21||Real Estate Contracts: Dispute Resolution||Ian O’Shea|
|Friday, November 11||Tax Issues in Commercial Contracts||Dustin Pitts|
|Friday, November 18||In-house Counsel Transactional Issues||Jon Olsen|
|Friday, December 2||Intellectual Property||Trey Robinson|
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