Zach Anderson, Richmond Gunter, and Will Menas, all 3Ls, recently competed in St. Petersburg, Florida, in the National Tax Moot Court Competition. They were undefeated in the preliminary rounds, beating teams from Oregon and Liberty University. They received a bye in the quarters, defeated Baltimore in the semis, and lost the final round by one point to Charleston. The U.S. Tax Court judges who judged the final round were impressed by all of Alabama Law’s advocates. Gunter was selected as the best overall advocate in the competition. Clay Staggs (’96) coached and advised the team.