Springs Places Fifth at Mock Trial Tournament

A team of Indian Springs students claimed fifth place in the second annual Birmingham Area Mock Trial Invitational Tournament March 17–18. Members of the team, which tackled the question of parental neglect in a civil case involving the accidental injury of a minor by a half-sibling, included:

Julia Goldberg '20 | Attorney
Deven Patel '20 | Attorney
Ethan Howell '21 | Attorney
Cher Hu '18 | Attorney
Alice Zhang '18 | Attorney
Elizabeth DePalma '20 | Witness
William Marshall '21 | Witness
JP Doucet '21 | Witness
Grace Brown '21 | Witness

Also competing at the Invitational were Indian Springs Mock Trial team members:

Isaac Zhou '19 | Attorney
Ben Standaert '20 | Attorney
Harshil Mehta '22 | Attorney
Lisa Hobdy '19 | Attorney
Nadia Lane '19 | Witness
D'aria Lane '21 | Witness
Luke Hillegass '20 | Witness

Faculty advisor D’Anthony Allen congratulated participants Monday at Indian Springs' weekly Town Meeting and thanked volunteer Carole Mazer for working tirelessly with the team.

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