UCLA School of Law offers interested students the opportunity to compete in a Transactional Law Competition against other UCLA Law students. The competition is a “moot court” experience for students interested in transactional practice. The competition requires students to work in teams to draft a transactional agreement and to negotiate its provisions against other student teams. Teams will receive online and in-person training on acquisition agreements, indemnification provisions and contract drafting. On November 3, 2017 students negotiated their documents against multiple teams during the meet. Teams were judged by a panel of experts from practice who evaluated the teams’ success in achieving the goals of the parties.
This years winners:
From L to R: Bess Benhamou (JD '19), Satoshi Kurita (LLM '18), Not Pictured: Lenard Gorokhov (JD '19)
Nobuyuki Aoshima (LLM '18), Not Pictured: Nick Baltaxe (JD '19), Caleb Loschen (JD '19)
From L to R: Christine Kim (JD '18), Baudouin Harou (LLM '18), Bekki Friesen (JD '18)
From L to R: Taryn Reid (JD '19), Billy Wardlaw (JD '19), Brett Richter (JD '19)
From L to R: Ziyan Yang (LLM '18), Rachel Samec (JD '19), Arian Zadeh (JD '18)