REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
You can secure your place for either mock trial camp with a $300 down payment. We will then set you up on a payment plan.
All students who attend the camps will receive 48 hours of intense instruction that will include 8 rounds of mock trial competition evaluated by local attorneys, law students and sitting judges. Additionally, all students will receive a case notebook, T-shirt and other giveaways. All students will be served a catered meal for lunch. Last year's meals were all catered from Norma's Cafe.
High School commuters should be dropped off at 830AM and picked up no later than 615PM. College commuters will be provided with paid parking options as part of their registration packet.
We are offering the online camp as an alternative for students who may not be able to travel. The Championship staff has developed an online curriculum to run an online camp in conjunction with the live camp.
We have invested in purchasing a premium subscription to Zoom and will be using it as our video platform. Additionally, we will be utilizing Google Classroom to integrate and collect all lessons.
Our intention is to closely replicate every aspect of the live camp experience. Here are some of the ways we intend to do that:
Students who participate in the online camp will still receive their camp t-shirt and other giveaways.
Running concurrently with the student camp, the coach's camp is designed to be the premiere intensive professional development for mock trial teachers. Want to better understand the evidentiary arguments your students hear in competition rounds? Struggling to come up with a way to help your student fix that one subtle problem that keeps her from excelling at tournaments? Hungry for the chance to “talk shop” with other mock trial coaches? Then the Coach’s Camp is for you!
The camp offers the opportunity to experience mock trial camp from a student’s perspective while collaborating with fellow professionals about the best ways to teach critical mock trial kills. The program will aim to comprehensively cover and drill the skills most used in mock trial. There will be lectures on these skills followed by practice with actually doing relevant drills. Such practice will be followed by learning how to implement these drills with students, including work on developing targeted and comprehensive lesson plans for building mock trial skills. We anticipate being able to offer 40 hours of TEA approved professional development.