Legal Mock Trial: Session B

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Want to start on your path to the courtroom? Join the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens at the inaugural UGA Mock Trial Academy. Run by the award-winning UGA Undergraduate Mock Trial team, you’ll get the opportunity to learn trial procedure, build creative arguments, and debate in a real courtroom. This week-long camp will allow you to tour the campus, preview the legal world and finish off in a two-day competition trying a case against your peers! Camp instruction is provided by practicing attorneys, law professors, and seasoned mock trial competitors ensuring you’ll walk away with a competitive edge to shape your future career in law.

Note: This camp runs from Sunday, July 16th till Sunday, July 23rd. Campers will be picked up on Sunday, July 23rd, instead of our normal Saturday pick-up.


Date:Monday, July 17, 2023 to Friday, July 21, 2023
Cost:Residential Camp - $1130

This camp is designed for people with an interest in mock trial and legal studies. Previous experience in public speaking, debate, theater, Moot Court, Model UN, or Mock Trial is helpful, but not required to participate in the camp. Most importantly, we request that students attending this camp have a passion for law.


The University of Georgia Undergraduate Mock Trial Program strives to create a national championship environment, highlighted by the Program’s six National Championship appearances in the past 13 years. Members of the University of Georgia Mock Trial Program have gone on to numerous competitive law schools and beyond. With three top 5 division finishes at Nationals, six All-Americans, and a 2022 run that ended in a ranking of fifth in the nation and the Spirit of AMTA award, the University of Georgia Mock Trial Program prepares, educates, and trains its members in legal principles, courtroom procedure, public speaking, and other professional skills to further the development of the competitors.

What you need for camp/program: 

Students should bring laptops and a notebook (a legal pad is recommended) to participate in legal classes.