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Bar News - January 20, 2016


We the People

Out of a total 2,160 possible points over the course of the full-day We the People state championship, held at the Legislative Office Building in Concord on Jan. 8, the reigning champs from Milford High School defeated the team from Hollis/Brookline High School by a mere two points. It was the closest competition in the 29-year history of the NH Bar Association-sponsored program. Because New Hampshire is what is called a “wild card” state this year, both teams will have the opportunity to travel to Washington, DC, in the spring for the national competition.

Howie Zibel served as chief judge and emcee at the We the People district and state competitions in December and January. He has never missed a We the People hearing in 29 years. What keeps him coming back? “It’s just the excitement of seeing the next generation learning about the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Pass it on, you know? That’s the name of the game, and We the People makes me believe we’re in good hands.”


Hollis Brookline High School team after the state finals Jan. 8.
Milford High School team with Zibel after winning the state title by two points.

Milford High School teacher Dave Alcox, NH Supreme Court General Counsel Howie Zibel (the unofficial “godfather” of We the People), and Hollis/Brookline teacher Trevor Duval show off their New Hampshire neckties at the We the People district competition in December.
Milford High School students and We the People teammates Max Urda, Tessa Wright and Tom Simo pose for a photo outside the Legislative Office Building in Concord, following the state finals on Jan. 8.

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