Mock Trial Summer Workshop

Mock Trial Summer Workshop
Mary Owen - Social Relations Chair

Do you love being competitive, enjoy learning about the law or are excited about traveling to new places? Mock Trial serves as a great opportunity to build social connections, develop critical thinking skills and work with like-minded people while traveling to compete with a provided trial-based case. 

The Undergraduate Mock Trial program invites you to a summer workshop from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. July 19 in Kimpel Hall. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn about the benefits of Mock Trial, meet with current members and participate in fun activities, including examining witnesses and attorney games. Free pizza and Coke products will be provided around noon! 

If you have any questions or are considering joining Mock Trial in the fall, please feel free to reach out to the vice president, Piper Harris, at or email us at

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