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Brad Kent

Director | A Team Coach |


Brad is the Director of the Richmond Mock Trial Program and joined the program in 2012. Brad is no stranger to mock trial, competing at the high school level in Dallas, Texas and the collegiate level at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. While at Miami he competed on nationally-ranked teams, coming in 11th and 4th at the National Championship tournaments. He also received awards as both an attorney and witness. From 2010-2012 he also coached a local high school mock trial team.  Brad is an attorney at Allen and Allen in Richmond. 


Brad is a graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law, where he was a member of both the Trial Advocacy Board and the Moot Court Board. 

Chris romine
B Team Coach |


Chris joined the program in 2021. She graduated from William & Mary Law School in 2019, where she served on the Trial Team's executive board. Chris's trial team successes include being honored as Best Advocate at her first competition, finishing as Semi-Finalists at a national tournament, and admission to the Order of the Barristers upon graduation. During law school, she coached the undergraduate William & Mary Mock Trial program. Chris also competed at the collegiate level at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, where she participated on teams that finished 7th and 8th at the National Championship Tournament. 


Chris serves as an Assistant Commonwealth's Attorney in Henrico. Outside of Mock Trial and work, she enjoys rock climbing, Richmond ghost tours, and playing Dungeons & Dragons. 


Elizabeth foster
c Team Coach 


Elizabeth is new to the program for the 2022-2023 season. Currently, Elizabeth is finishing up her law degree at the University of Richmond School of Law. She received her undergraduate degree at Elmira College in Elmira, New York in 2020. In college Elizabeth triple majored in political science, criminal justice, and legal studies with a concentration in American politics. Elizabeth was also the founder and captain of Elmira College’s first ever competitive mock trial team. During her time on the team, she won many awards for her role as a closing attorney. 


At Richmond Law, Elizabeth is part of many student organizations, has taken multiple courses on advanced trial advocacy, and is a member of the Moot Court Board. She aspires to practice civil trial work after she graduates law school.


Outside of coaching mock trial and being a full-time law student, Elizabeth shamelessly enjoys binge watching reality TV shows and spending time at home with her Fiance, Ben, and her pet hedgehog, Pumpernickel.

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