Episode 65: Harvard Wins the National Championship

Episode 65 April 25, 2022 01:02:02
Episode 65: Harvard Wins the National Championship
The Mock Review with Ben and Drew
Episode 65: Harvard Wins the National Championship
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Show Notes

Drew and Ben are joined by Stella Asmerom and Travis Harper of Harvard Mock Trial to discuss Harvard's victory at the 2022 AMTA National Championship in Lancaster, PA. Travis and Stella go through the last three years of their experience with Harvard, from their time as freshmen to building the team that eventually won it all. 

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