Welcome to the Georgia High School Mock Trial Program!
2018 Season Case Updates
The clean copy of the case has been posted for teams behind the password on the Team Information Page. Teams should pay attention to any changes made throughout the season through the Q&A Report and make sure all team members have the updated version of the case for competition.
CLE Credit Now Available for Judging Panel Members!
Attorneys serving on a judging panel for the 2018 season are now eligible to claim CLE credit for their time. For the first level of competition (Regions, District or State Finals), attorneys can claim 1 hour of General/Trial Practice credit and 1 hour of Professionalism credit. If an attorney volunteers at a second level of competition later this season, they can claim an additional 1 hour of General/Trial Practice credit.
The form to claim credit will be behind the password on the Judging Panel Information page.
Active judges sitting on the Superior, State or Probate Courts of Georgia are eligible for ICJE credit as well. Details can be found on the Judging Panel Information page.
2018 Season Calendar
The calendar for the 2018 season can be found here. Dates for all three levels of competition as well as due dates for forms are posted.
2017 National High School Mock Trial Championship
Grady High School finished in 3rd Place at Nationals
Grady High School finished in 3rd place at the 2017 National High School Mock Trial Championship on Saturday, May 13 in Hartford, CT. This is Grady's 5th top-10 finish. Grady went 4-0 across the four rounds, defeating the teams from Idaho, Pennsylvania, Washington and Tennessee. We are proud of Grady's accomplishment in Hartford as they represented themselves, the Georgia HSMT competition and the state very well. Good job, Grey Knights!
Nicole Harris' 2nd Place Showing at National Courtroom Artist Competition
Nicole Harris, the 2017 Craig Harding Memorial Court Artist Contest State Champion, competed in the National Courtroom Artist Competition at the NHSMTC in Hartford, coming home with a 2nd place finish. Nicole had the time of the 3rd Round of competition to complete her drawing and turn it in to the judge before the round was dismissed. She competed against six other artists in the contest. This is the second year of the National Courtroom Artist Competition, where Georgia has now finished 3rd and 2nd. Way to go, Nicole!