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Volunteer Opportunities for the 2021 Los Angeles County Mock Trial Competition

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The legal community is vital to the success of the program and provides students with a chance to interact with positive role models, as well as an opportunity to learn from experts in the law. We hope that you can help make Mock Trial possible for the young people of Los Angeles!

Volunteer for this year's Los Angeles County Mock Trial Virtual Competition. Sign-up today at https://forms.gle/9x2A9G7cjhjieNCT7.

  • All trials will be conducted via Zoom, trial dates are below.
    • Monday, November 1 at 5:00pm - Senior Division Round 1 (over 150 volunteers needed)
    • Wednesday, November 3 at 5:00pm - Junior Division Round 1 (over 70 volunteers needed)
    • Monday, November 8 at 5:00pm - Senior Division Round 2 (over 170 volunteers needed)
    • Wednesday, November 10 at 5:00pm - Junior Division Round 2 (over 70 volunteers needed)
      Tuesday, November 16 at 5:00pm - Senior Division Round 3 (over 35 volunteers needed)


Case Materials
- password will be emailed with confirmation email

Los Angeles County Mock Trial Judge/Attorney Handbook

Zoom Tips Video - a quick video on tips on how to use Zoom

Questions? Contact Sean-Michael Ramirez at sean-michael@crf-usa.org

Attorney volunteers score the Mock Trial competition. Scorers (two or more), sit in the jury box while the student teams present their case to a judge or commissioner. They are given a set of criteria for rating the teams numerically. The criteria include the quality of the students' presentations, their grasp of the law and court procedures, and their understanding of the case itself. Time commitment is approximately two hours per trial, and you may score as many trials as you choose.

Judges and commissioners, we welcome your expertise to preside over a Mock Trial. Time commitment is approximately two hours per trial, and you may preside over as many trials as you choose. Volunteering as a presider is a great way to educate junior and senior high school students about our courts and legal system.

Judges, commissioners, and attorneys - Coaching a team requires a greater commitment of time, however, most coaches report a deep sense of fulfillment as a result of their effort. At least one coach is assigned to work with each participating Mock Trial Team to advise the students on general trial techniques and procedures, as well as specific strategies for presenting the case. In Los Angeles, volunteering as a coach requires meeting with a team at least once per week, beginning in early-October and continuing for as long as the team stays in the competition, generally concluding in late November.

Please take a moment to share with us your volunteer story.

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