Willamette’s Moot Court Executive Board is responsible for organizing and hosting six Willamette-sponsored competitions, as well as growing Willamette’s presence in other national moot court competitions. The Executive Board is comprised of elected third-year law students, each of whom was a general board member in their 2L year. Each member has equal voting power and is dedicated to the success of the moot court program.
Please contact any of the board members with questions and follow the team’s successes on Facebook.
Henry Harder is interested in National Security Law, Business Law, and Trial Advocacy. He interned for the U.S. Army JAG Corps for the past two summers, and is seeking a commission into the Army after Law School. Henry is also earning his MBA from Willamette, which he is planning on receiving in May 2023 along with his Juris Doctor. In his spare time, Henry enjoys reading history novels and playing with his two cats.
Tia HansonVice Presidenttthanson@willamette.edu
Rose is a Law Clerk with the Oregon Public Utility Commission. She is interested in environmental law and criminal defense. She has a heart for social justice and wants to make a positive impact for minority communities. Rose is also a mom of three kids, two cats, and one rat. She is a graduate of Oregon State University with a BA in Anthropology and a minor in History. Rose enjoys reading, camping, puzzle games, and going to the movies.
Emily is a law clerk with Vidrio and Jarvis. She is interested in criminal defense, health law, and bankruptcy. Prior to law school, she worked mainly in marketing for health care and sports. She majored in sport management at Washington State University. In her free time, she enjoys sending time with her many animals on her family's backyard farm.
Teddy KrolczykJudges’ Chairtgkrolczyk@willamette.edu
Teddy is a law clerk at Thompson Law, a private criminal defense firm in Salem. She is a Californian Oregon transplant and earned her bachelor's degree from University of California, Santa Barbara. She is primarily interested in criminal justice, immigration defense and child advocacy work. In her spare time, you can find her hiking, skiing or binge watching Marvel movies.
Olivia JacksonJudges’ Chairoajackson@willamette.edu
Olivia is a law clerk at the Washington County District Attorney’s office. She is interested in criminal law and litigation. Before starting law school, Olivia received her Bachelor of Science in Public Health at Oregon State University. Olivia is an avid Green Bay Packer fan and enjoys true crime documentaries.
Alondra DuranOperations Manageraduran@willamette.edu
Alondra Duran is a 3L whose interests are in Civil Rights, Immigration, Child Law, and Trust and Estates. She earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of Oregon, majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Human Rights and Law, with a minor in Legal Studies. She is also the President of ACS, an Executive Editor for the International Law and Dispute Resolution Journal, and Fundraiser Coordinator for Latinx in the Law. In her free time she loves to spend time with her dog, Lola, tend to her plants, and bake desserts.