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UNC Charlotte Mock Trial Club 22-23

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Project ended on November 30, at 11:59 PM EST
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Kennesaw 2022

October 30, 2022

Thank you to all our donors for your support in making this possible!

This weekend, your UNC Charlotte Mockers competed in Kennesaw's OWL Classic at Atlanta's John Marshall Law School with several other universities.

We took a team of our best to Atlanta to face off in two riveting rounds of litigation on the Ari Felder v. Koller-Campbell Air, LLC case.

A few of our teammates went outside of their comfort zone by trying out new roles to improve their skills, some of us even learned how to tie a tie. We enjoyed a wonderful weekend in downtown Atlanta trying to find parking and enjoying some of the local cuisines.

A special shout out to Anna McFadden for winning a witness award in her first-ever Mock Trial competition!

We look forward to our next competition! 

Davidson 2022

October 27, 2022

Thank you to all our donors for your support in making this possible!

We competed at Davidson's first-ever Mock Trial Competition with several other universities.

Three teams of our amazing UNC Charlotte students competed against universities from across the country.

Several of our members participated in their first-ever mock trials gaining them a lot of much-needed experience. We perfected our arguments, case theories, and witness personalities during the weekend. Despite the stressful amount of preparation that went into this weekend we still found time for our midterms and to hang out around Davidson's campus.

A special shout out to Team 1299's Colin Coleman for winning an Attorney Award!

We look forward to our next competition!

Who knows, we might even host our own invitational in the near future ;)

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Sua Sponte

"Of One’s Own Accord" May also mean “voluntarily.” This refers to whether or not the court has taken notice or action in a case without prompting or a suggestion from either party involved in the case.


Per Curiam

"By the Court" A decision made per Curiam are rulings made unanimously, with the written decision authored by the court instead of by one or two individual judges.


Amicus Curiae

"Friend of the Court" Refers to a person who is not a party in a legal case but who assists the court by offering their relevant information, expertise, or other important insight on the case’s issues.


Pro Bono Publico

"For the Public Good" Typically shortened to ‘pro bono,’ this phrase refers to the work that legal professionals undertake as they provide their services for free to individuals who may be in need. This work is considered for the public good and is an important part of being a practicing attorney.

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