DUMT is happy to be bringing the Market Street Invitational back to help kick off another exciting year of Mock Trial on October 17-18! This year’s competition features a wide range of talent from returning local competitors including Temple and University of Delaware to John Hopkins and George Washington traveling for their chance to take home the first place trophy.
While we can’t shut down Market St. like the pope, Drexel Mock Trial is working hard to make sure the University City campus is prepared so that the teams, coaches, and judges can have the best experience while in Philadelphia. If you are interested in judging please fill out this form, and if you would like additional information feel free to reach out to our tournament chair Christina Schweingruber at email@example.com.
It’s that time of the year again! DU Mock Trial is hosting our 2015 summer camp for high school students. Our nationally-competitive mock trial program takes students with a wide range of experience levels, hosts presentations to teach them mock trial basics, and splits them into teams of 6 to prepare both sides of a case for the final trial. Each team has at least one coach, and aside from classroom-style presentations, teams periodically meet with their coaches in workshops throughout the week to work on trial material. In this camp, you get to speak, act, meet new friends, and have lots of fun!
Interested? Check out the link to sign up! Select “Law” in the panel on your left-hand side, and click “Mock Trial Experience.” This is a non-residential camp. For more information, see our flyer below, or contact our head coach, Michael Vitlip at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you this summer!
Both Drexel A and Drexel B came back from Bristol, RI bearing good news! Drexel B fought in a very challenging field, and brought home Drexel’s first ever Spirit of AMTA Award. In an extremely cutthroat and competitive activity it is a huge deal to be awarded for your citizenship. Overall congratulations to Drexel B captained by Christina Schweingruber and Nidhi George.
Drexel A took home the programs fifth ever regionals trophy and earned themselves a bid to ORCS! Drexel will be attending the Opening Round National Championships in Washington, DC the weekend of March 14th and 15th. Team member Kate Delaney took home her fifth witness award this season for her portrayal of Jesse Duran. Yash Patel brought home his first ever attorney award, an award three years in the making! Congratulations to them both.
With the ORCS case changes out A team is right back to work tweaking and preparing their case for the upcoming competition. Best of luck to them!
Congratulations to our C and D teams who had a strong showing at the Philadelphia Regionals, held February 7th and February 8th. Best of luck to our A and B teams who are just beginning competition at the Bristol, Rhode Island Regionals this weekend!
Drexel Mock Trial is off to a fantastic start this season. So far DUMT has racked up over 10 individual awards, a First and a Fourth place finish at the Colgate Classic and a Fourth place finish at the First Annual Market Street Invitational. DUMT is on the way to experiencing its most successful pre-stack season to date. Stay tuned as Drexel sends four teams to take on the Quaker Classic at the University of Pennsylvania this weekend.
Drexel Mock Trial is very excited to begin their new season with the recent release of the 2014-2015 civil case Park vs. Duran. AMTA is doing things a little differently this year, so Park vs. Duran will only be used until March. AMTA will be releasing a new case for the National Championships. Stay tuned for further posts as the DUMT competition season gets underway!