After a rematch of last year's final round, Virginia Mock Trial wins its third national championship in the City of Angels. Team 1172 also ties for fourth place its division, making this the first time in six years that both program teams finished in the national top ten. Four program members--including a first year member -- receive individual awards. See everyone next fall!
Two bids to nationals!
For the second straight year, Virginia Mock Trial advances two teams to the national championship tournament. Team 1171 finishes with the tournament's best record and five program members receive individual awards. Next stop: Los Angeles!
Two bids to ORCS!
For the eleventh straight year, both program teams advance to the second round of the official AMTA season. Team 1171 finishes 8-0, with the tournament's best record, and Team 1172 was close behind at 7-1. Two program members receive individual awards. Next stop: Wilmington!
Virginia Mock Trial welcomes five new members! Congratulations to Brennan Lee, Trey Smith, Natalia Heguaburo, Lily Brock, and Dan Peale! More information about our newest additions coming soon to the Members page!
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Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Executive Board!
President: Shray Gupta
Executive Vice President: Allie Piacenti
Vice President for Administration: Casey Schmidt
Treasurer: Ben Schlichting
Tournament Director: Frankie Piacenti
Best nationals finish in almost a decade!
972 wins its division and makes the final round, and 973 earns an honorable mention! Congrats to Yale on its national championship, and thanks to Furman for a great tournament! See everyone in the fall!
Two bids to Nationals!
For the first time in three years, both VaMT teams earn bids to the 48-team national championship tournament. Five program members also received a total of six individual awards. Thanks everyone who joined us in DC for a great weekend.
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Two bids to DC!
For the eighth year in a row, both program teams advance to the now-eight-years-old Opening Round Championship Series. Three program members also receive individual awards. Thanks to our great hosts at Richmond Mock Trial, and congrats to everyone else who got a bid!
First place in New Haven!
Team 972 takes home the trophy at the Yale Invitational, with a record of 7-1. Thanks to Yale for a wonderful weekend. See everyone in January!
3rd Place at GAMTI!
972 finishes with 9 wins, and 3 program members win individual awards. Next up, Yale!
5th place finish at Vandy, and 4 program members won individual awards! Thanks to Vanderbilt for a great tournament!
Success in Atlanta!
Team Blue wins the Classic City Invitational with a record of 7-0-1, and Team Orange finishes 3rd with a record of 7-1. Three program members won individual awards. Next up, Vanderbilt!
Virginia Mock Trial welcomes seven new members! Congratulations to Liam Fineman, Sabrina Grandhi, Darby Hobbs, Claire Hungar, Frankie Piacenti, Varun Sharma, and Deniz Tunceli! More information about our newest additions coming soon to the Members page.
Interested in joining Virginia Mock Trial? The Fall 2015 tryout materials are now available on the Join page.
Virginia Mock Trial elects 2015-16 Executive Board!
President: Tanner Pruitt
Executive Vice President: Allie Piacenti
Treasurer: Katie Villany
Vice President for Administration: Casey Schmidt
Tournament Director: Ben Constine
Another Top Ten Finish at Nationals!
For the sixth straight year, Virginia Mock Trial finishes the season by finishing in the top 10 at the National Championship Tournament, finishing 3rd in the Pridemore Division. Second-year Allie Piacenti and third-year Katie Villany both won All-American awards. Thanks to the University of Cincinnati for hosting a great tournament!
Bid to Nationals!
For the 12th year in a row, Virginia Mock Trial earns a bid to Nationals! Team 972 went 6-0-2 to finish 1st, and one program member earned an individual award. Next stop, Cincinnati!
Two bids to DC!
For the seventh year in a row, both program teams advance to the now-seven-years-old Opening Round Championship Series. Four program members also receive individual awards. Thanks to our great hosts at Villanova Mock Trial, and congrats to everyone else who got a bid!
Strong finish in California!
Virginia Mock Trial ends its fall season by coming in 5th at UC Irvine's Beach Party! Three program members win individual awards. See everyone in January!
Success in Atlanta!
Team 972 finishes 1st with a record of 6-2, and Team 973 finishes with a winning record of 5-3. Next up, GAMTI!
Virginia Mock Trial welcomes six new members!
Congratulations to Bailey Bloxsome, Jess Bryantsev, Maeve Fidler, Margaret Grace Haltom, Allie Piacenti, and Casey Schmidt! More information about our newest additions coming soon to the Members page.
Celebrate Independence Day with 2014-15 Preseason Trailer!
Virginia Mock Trial elects 2014-15 Executive Board!
Ben Constine -- President
Alex Harasty -- Executive Vice President
Tanner Pruitt -- Vice President for Administration
Rich Ressler -- Tournament Director
Katie Villany -- Treasurer
Another Nationals Top 10!
For the fifth year in a row, Virginia Mock Trial ends its season with a top 10 finish at nationals. Congratulations to UCLA on their fourth national championship and thanks to our hosts at UCF for a great weekend. See everyone next year!
Two bids to DC!
For the sixth year in a row, both program teams advance to the now-six-years-old Opening Round Championship Series. Team 972 finishes with the tournament's best record at 8-0. Two program members also receive individual awards. Thanks to our great hosts at Delaware Mock Trial, and congrats to everyone else who got a bid!
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Congratulations to Georgetown for winning the first (and hopefully last) WTFIC in DC this weekend. Thanks to everyone who joined us to compete and especially to our amazing volunteer judges who came out in force on basically zero notice. Let's not do this again!
Beach Party Champions!
Virginia Mock Trial ends its fall season by winning its third tournament of the year and its first Beach Party Invitational. Three program members win individual awards. See everyone in January!
Great Weekend In Florida (Still there. At airport. Send help.)
VaMT finishes second and third in its first trip to Florida since 2007. Two program members win invitational awards. Thanks to our friends at FSU Mock Trial for a terrific weekend!
VaMT wins the 10th annual Great American Mock Trial Invitational after a wild finish that saw a four-way tie for first place between our two teams, Furman University, and Rhodes College. Two program members also win individual awards. Thanks to everyone who attended!
Virginia Mock Trial kicks off its 2013-14 season with both teams tied for first place at Elon's Carolina Classic. Four program members win individual awards. Full results coming soon to the Competition page. Next up: GAMTI!
Virginia Mock Trial welcomes five new members!
Congratulations to DeAnza Cook, Shray Gupta, Claire Ryder, Ben Schlichting, and Thuan Tran! More information about our newest additions coming soon to the Members page.
Check out our 2013-14 pre-season trailer here!
Our summer 2013 newsletter is here
2013-14 tryout packet is now on the Join page.
Great weekend in DC!
VaMT's 2012-13 season ends with a second-place division finish at Nationals, just half a ballot behind division-winner Rhodes College. Will Cadigan earns his second consecutive witness award and first year Mackenzie Austin's first award ever makes her an All-American Witness. The program also met Justice Elena Kagan and Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano -- you can see photos on our Facebook page.
Virginia Mock Trial qualifies two teams for nationals. Team 972 finishes with the tournament's best record, and Team 973 becomes the youngest B-team in program history to make it all the way to the end. Four program members win individual awards. Looking forward to seeing folks in Washington, DC!
15-1 at regionals!
Virginia Mock Trial wins its fourth tournament of the year and qualifies two teams for the AMTA post-season for the fifth straight year by placing first and second at the Baltimore regional. Five program members receive individual awards. Next stop: ORCS.
Tobacco Road Champions!
Making its first appearance since the inaugural year, Virginia Mock Trial closes its fall season by winning the 7th annual Tobacco Road Invitational. Two program members win individual awards. Full results coming soon to the Competition page.
The Gavel Comes Back Home!
Virginia Mock Trial wins the Ninth Annual Great American Mock Trial Invitational. Thanks to everyone who helped create a terrific fall weekend in DC!
Two Top 10 Finishes in NYC!
One program team finishes second and the other finishes sixth at CUBAIT X. Four program members receive individual awards. Thanks to our friends at Columbia for another great weekend, and congratulations to American University on their victory. We look forward to hosting GAMTI IX in two weeks!
Carolina Classic Champions!
In its first tournament of the 2012-13 season, VaMT becomes the first two-time winner of Elon's Carolina Classic. Full results available on the Competition page. Next stop: CUBAIT!
Virginia Mock Trial welcomes seven new members!
Congratulations to Shivin Agarwal, Mackenzie Austin, Ben Constine, Eashan Kaw, Taylor Krystkowiak, Tanner Pruitt, and Katie Villany! More information about our newest additions coming soon to the Members page.
The Summer 2012 edition of The Docket, the official newsletter of Virginia Mock Trial, is now available here.
Virginia Mock Trial elects 2012-2013 Executive Board. See the Members page for the full line-up.
Top Ten Finish at Nationals!
For the third straight year, Virginia Mock Trial finishes the season by finishing in the top 10 at the National Championship Tournament. Second-year Liam McCabe also becomes the 7th different competitor to be named an All-American during that same span. Congratulations to our new national champions from Duke, and thanks to everyone who supported us during the last season!
First place at ORCS!
VaMT wins its fifth tournament of the season, its fourth consecutive ORCS, and advances to the National Championship Tournament for the ninth consecutive year. Team 972 has the tournament's best record at 8-0, with Team 973 finishing eighth at 5-3. Four program members receive individual awards. Last stop of the season: Minneapolis.
First and second at Regionals!
For only the third time in program history, VaMT finishes first and second at its regional tournament. Team 972 has the tournament's best record at 7-0-1, with Team 973 close behind at 7-1. Five program members receive individual awards. Next up: ORCS in DC!
Making its first trip to Richmond in two years, VaMT wins its third tournament of the season with a perfect 8-0 record. That same weekend, VaMT also finishes third at NYU's Downtown Invitational Classic after facing the tournament's first (UCLA), second (Harvard), and fourth (UC-Irvine) place teams. Five program members win individual awards. Next stop: regionals.
The Gavel comes home!
VaMT wins its second consecutive tournament of the season at the 8th annual Great American Mock Trial Invitational in Washington, DC. Team 972 wins the tournament with a record of 11-1, with team 973 finishing close behind at fourth. Seven program members win individual awards. Thanks to all of our participants, who came from far and wide to make the tournament a great success.
Three-peat at CUBAIT!
VaMT becomes the only program to win Columbia University's Big Apple Invitational three times by capturing its third straight title. Team N takes first place with a record of 7-1, with Team M finishing tied for fifth. Anya Havriliak, Megan O'Donnell, and Ben Wallace all take home individual awards. Full results coming soon on the Competition page.
Virginia Mock Trial finishes 2nd and 4th at Elon's Carolina Classic!
Team M finishes with a record of 6-1-1, and Team N finishes 6-2-0. Ben Wallace earns a perfect 20 ranks as an attorney, and Amanda Swanson and Liam McCabe also take home individual awards. Full results coming soon on the Competition page.
Watch our 2011-12 pre-season trailer here!
Click here for the Summer 2011 edition of our official newsletter!
Two Top Ten Finishes at Nationals!
For the second straight year (and only the third time in program history), both teams finish in the top ten at Nationals. Team Conlin comes 2 points out of 140 from the national final round, splitting +3 -1 with new national champion UCLA in Round 4. Team Belin rallies to finish tied for third, despite +23 -2 and +13 -1 splits. Four members receive All-American awards. Virginia Mock Trial ends 2010-11 ranked #4 and #8 in AMTA's official rankings -- the nation's only program with two teams in the Top 10.
Two Bids to Nationals for the Fifth Straight Year!
Keeping alive the nation's longest active streak, Team 1165 wins the tournament with a perfect 8-0 record and team 1164 finishes tied for second. Seven program members receive individual awards, and team 1165 also wins the Spirit of AMTA award.
Two ORCS Bids!
For the fifth consecutive year, both teams qualify for the AMTA post-season. Team 1165's Emily Laser receives her first career witness award and Megan O'Donnell is named an outstanding attorney on both sides of the case, including a perfect 20 ranks on plaintiff. Team 1164's Ben Wallace receives his fourth consecutive outstanding attorney award and Rohan Sebastian earns witness awards in both sides. Full results coming soon on the Competition page.
Team 1164 wins VaMT's first tournament of the spring and the program's first-ever Downtown Invitational Classic in New York City. Ben Wallace earns his third consecutive attorney award by being named the tournament's Best Defense Opener. Thanks to UCLA, Columbia, George Washington, Yale, and Cal-Berkeley for five great rounds and to NYU for a fantastic tournament. Results coming to the Competition page.
Semester Starts Strong In Tennessee!
Team 1165 finishes fifth at Vanderbilt's Commodore Classic. Megan O'Donnell and Amanda Swanson each receive their second attorney award of the season. Full results coming soon to the Competition page.
Beach Party Runner-Up!
Virginia Mock Trial wraps up its fall invitational season by making its first West Coast trip since 2006. After prevailing in single-elimination rounds against USC, Rhodes, and Furman, the program fell 3-1 to defending national champion NYU in the tournament's final round. Third year Ben Wallace wins his third outstanding attorney award of the season. Full results available on the Competition page.
Two top five finishes at GAMTI!
Team 973 finishes second and Team 972 finishes fourth, giving Virginia Mock Trial two top five performances at GAMTI for the first time since Fall 2006. Anya Havriliak wins her second consecutive witness award of the season, Ben Wallace wins his second consecutive attorney award at GAMTI, and second-year Megan O'Donnell and first-year Amanda Swanson both win their first career attorney awards. Full results available on the Competition page.
VaMT wins second consecutive CUBAIT!
Virginia Mock Trial goes 8-0 and wins its second tournament of the 2010-11 season in New York City. Following the success at the Carolina Classic the previous weekend, 3 different individuals take home individual awards as well. First-year Liam McCabe and second-year Anya Havriliak bring home witness awards and Marcy Coburn wins her first career attorney award with a perfect 20 ranks. Results available on the Competition page.
Virginia Mock Trial wins Carolina Classic!
Ben Wallace takes home his fifth career individual award by being named an outstanding attorney. Greg Siegel wins both his fifth attorney award and his first-ever witness award by earning 19 ranks on both sides of the case. Full results at the Competition page.
UVA v. NYU from Memphis -- DVD now for sale!
Because there is no video of the 2010 national championship trial, AMTA is selling a video of the Round 3 matchup between Virginia A and NYU A. The teams were both 4-0 at the time, and the round resulted in a split. NYU went on to win the Bardog Division and the national championship trial. Virginia A split its fourth round with then-defending national champion Northwood A and finished third in the Bardog Division.
Each DVD costs $25 and supplies are limited. Click here for directions about purchasing your copy.
Virginia Mock Trial welcomes five new members!
Congratulations to Ellen Chapin, Kaz Komolafe, Liam McCabe, Amy Rodgers, and Amanda Swanson! This year's tryout pool was extraordinarily talented, and thanks very much to everyone who tried out. More information about our newest additions coming soon on the Members page.
The summer 2010 edition of The Docket, the official newsletter of Virginia Mock Trial, is now available here.
Virginia Mock Trial wraps up one of its most successful seasons ever by being the only program in the country to earn two top-five finishes in a nationals division.
Team 1116 finishes third with a record of 6-2, having faced the toughest schedule in the division (CS: 20.5) and suffering its only losses in split ballots with defending champion Northwood A and new champion NYU A. Team 1117 finishes fifth at 5-2-1, suffering its only losses to NYU A. Team 1117's record and finish are the highest by a B team at nationals in VaMT history. Rohan Sebastian earns his sixth career witness award (but first All-American) and Max Kirby earns his first-ever attorney award.
Virginia Mock Trial finishes the 2009-10 season having won 6 of the 10 tournaments it attended and never having finished lower than 3rd at any tournament.
All of Virginia Mock Trial Memphis Bound!
For the second straight tournament, Virginia finishes first and second! With the results, both teams qualify for the National Championships, for the fourth consecutive year. Team 1116 finishes with seven wins and a tie, and team 1117 finishes 6-1-1. 1116 captains Greg Siegel and Juliana Yee both bring home attorney awards, and Rohan Sebastian takes his first witness award since his return.
Full results available on the Competition page.
Two bids to St. Paul!
Virginia Mock Trial has its first 16-0 weekend since the fall of 2006, with both teams finishing 8-0 and advancing to the next level of competition in St. Paul, MN. 1117 captain Anya Havriliak wins her second-straight outstanding attorney award. 1116 wins four individual awards, with Greg Siegel and Ben Wallace winning attorney awards and Paul Wiley and Juliana Yee winning witness awards. Juliana has now won more indivdiual awards than anyone else in program history.
Full results available on the Competition page.
Semester starts strong in New York!
Team 1117 wins CUBAIT over the weekend, with 1116 finishing 1st at NYU's Downtown Invitational Classic after 4 rounds, then falling to Furman in the Mataresse Memorial Championship Round. 1117 captains Anya Havriliak and Alison Burton bring home outstanding attorney awards, and Juliana Yee is named to the "DIC" All-Star team. The whole Virginia program sends its condolences to Richmond's Bill Cable, Bill Cable's right kneecap, and any New Zealand All-Blacks player who may have observed the Haka gone wrong.
The New York weekend concludes Virginia's invitational season. One of the best in the program's history, the program won 4 invitationals, with 8 top 3 finishes at seven tournaments. Check back at the end of February for Regionals results.
Virginia Mock Trial takes home the gavel!
Team 1116 wins Virginia Mock Trial's third title of the season at GAMTI '09. Juliana Yee, Paul Wiley, and Ben Wallace all earn individual awards. Virginia Mock Trial would like to thank everyone who came to Washington D.C.; we hope the quality of the tournament and competition met your expectations, and we hope to see you next year. The tab summary can be found on the Competition Page, or at the GAMTI website, www.virginiamocktrial.org/gamti/gamti.php.
Virginia Mock Trial finishes 3rd at Steel City Invitational!
The second Virginia Mock Trial team in action this weekend also took home some hardware, finishing third at Pittsburgh's Steel City Invitational. Juliana Yee win both attorney and witness awards, and Paul Wiley earns a perfect 20 ranks as an attorney on the defense. After 6 top five finishes in 6 chances, Virginia Mock Trial is looking forward to hosting GAMTI in two weeks.
Virginia Mock Trial wins Bellarmine's Derby Challenge for the second straight year!
Team M wins Virginia Mock Trial's second title of the season and successfully repeats its victory at the 2008 Derby Challenge. Congratulations to new member Max Kirby for taking home the Most Outstanding Witness Award, won last year by fourth-year member Juliana Yee. Special thanks to new member Megan O'Donnell for her truly heroic role in taking on a new witness role and a new direct less than 48 hours before the start of the tournament.
Virginia Mock Trial wins Richmond's Spider Classic!
Team N finishes with a perfect 8-0, and Team M finishes tied for fifth. Juliana Yee earns a perfect 20 ranks as an attorney, and Greg Siegel also takes home an attorney award. Special congratulations to our new member Meredith Davis, who earns witness awards on both sides of the case! Full results and tab summary available now on the Competition page.
Virginia Mock Trial finishes 2nd and 3rd at Elon's Carolina Classic!
Juliana Yee and Ben Wallace take home individual awards. Full results and tab summary available now on the Competition page.
Virginia Mock Trial welcomes six new members!
Congratulations to Meredith Davis, Anya Havriliak, Max Kirby, Emily Laser, Megan O'Donnell, and Deeva Shah! This year's tryout pool was extraordinarily talented, and thanks very much to everyone who tried out. More information about our newest additions coming soon on the Members page.
Virginia Mock Trial elects 2009-2010 Executive Board. See the Members page for the full line-up.
At the 25th AMTA National Championship Tournament, Michelle Chmielewski brings home her first All-American Attorney award. As two-time national champions, Virginia Mock Trial extends hearty congratulations to the 2008-09 National Champions, the Timberwolves of Northwood University.
Full results coming soon.
Team 1006 goes 8-0 at Greenville ORCS, and joins team 1007 in advancing to the National Championship Tournament! Paul Wiley and Rohan Sebastian bring home individual awards. See the Competition page for full results
Team 1007 goes 5-2-1 at Easton ORCS, and advances to the National Championship Tournament! Michelle Chmielewski and Alison Burton win individual attorney awards. See the competition page for full results from Easton, and stay tuned for results from 1006's upcoming ORCS excursion to Greenville, SC.
Team 1007 goes 8-0 at Capital City Regional, finishes as tournament champion!! Both teams advanced to the Opening Round Championship Series: 1007 in Easton, Pa.; 1006 in Greenville, S.Car. Check back for updates from ORCS!
Virginia Mock Trial takes home 2nd and 4th at Cornell University's Big Red Invitational. Third-year Juliana Yee wins an individual attorney award. Full results on the competition page.
Virginia Mock Trial places two teams in the top ten of the Third Annual Wake Forest Demon Deacon Invitational. Michelle Chmielewski, Ben Wallace, and Paul Wiley all receive individual awards. Full tab summary coming soon.
Virginia Mock Trial places two teams in top five at Bellarmine's Derby Challenge! Team 973 leaves Louisville as Tournament Champions, Team 972 brings home 4th Place! With Rohan Sebastian winning the Most Outstanding Attorney award, and Juliana Yee the Most Outstanding Witness award, Virginia Mock Trial takes 5 of the 8 trophies, the most possible for any one program. Full results page here.
Team 973 finishes in third place at GAMTI 2008! Rohan Sebastian and Paul Wiley win individual awards. Full tab summary is here.
The fall 2008 edition of The Docket, the official newsletter of Virginia Mock Trial, is now available here.
UVaMT welcomes seven new members into the program. Get to know them on the Members page!
UVaMT finishes in the Top Ten at the National Championship Tournament and has two members receive All-American Awards!
UVa FINISHES FIRST AND SECOND AT CAPITAL CITY REGIONAL! Will send teams 972 and 973 to the National Championship Tournament in St. Paul, MN!
UVaMT Finishes Second and Third at Georgia Tech Invitational!
UVaMT wins the 2nd Annual Demon Deacon Invitational Tournament! Check out the "News" section for more info!
UVaMT is the only program to place two teams in the top ten of the Downtown Invitational Classic! Click "News" to read more!
UVa Mock Trial Assistant Coach Toby Heytens argues before the Supreme Court! Congratulations Toby! Click the "News" section to read more.
UVa places two teams in the top ten of the Great American Mock Trial Invitational! Congratulations to all of the teams who participated!
UVa Mock Trial wins its first tournament of the year by placing first and third in the University of Richmond's 3rd Annual Spider Classic Invitational! Click on the "News" section to read more!
UVa Mock Trial says welcome and congratulations its four newest members: Michelle Chmielewski, Marcy Coburn, Steven Kanjo and Rohan Sebastian. The four of them look forward to continuing the UVa Mock Trial tradition!
Tryouts for UVa Mock Trial are underway! Interested in joining? Click on the jumping people above! And stop by Pavilion IV to sign up for a tryout spot!
Interested in trying out for the two-time National Championship mock trial team? Then come find us at the Activities Fair on Saturday, September 1 from 3 PM to 7 PM (postponed from August 26) around Newcomb Hall. Current UVa Mock Trial members will be there to talk about the program and answer any questions you may have. Then, come to an info session! On Sunday, September 2 at 2:00 pm and 7:00 pm members of UVa Mock Trial will be making presentations in Wilson Hall Room 402 about Mock Trial and tryouts. Come one, come all, and bring your friends along!
UVa wins its second straight National Championship title after placing both its teams in the top ten in the Vause division! Please click here for more information!
UVa qualifies both of its teams to compete at the National Championship, while a record seven mockers win individual awards! Click here for more details!
UVa finishes its invitational season by placing both teams in the top five at CUBAIT 2007, bringing the program's invitational record to a final tally of 70-8-2!
For the second time this season, UVa finishes first and second at a tournament - this time, the inaugural Wake Forest Demon Deacon Invitational. UVa's season record improves to 58-5-1!
UVa achieves a 16-0-0 program record as team 972 and 973 win first and second place at GAMTI 2006! UVa additionally wins six individual awards! Click here for more details and here for the GAMTI results.
UVa takes two top-five spots at the Richmond Spider Invitational. Team 972 (7-1) finishes second and team 973 finishes fourth! Cary Mayberger wins an outstanding witness award!
The 2006 GAMTI packet is now available for teams attending the tournament this November. It contains information about parking, accomodations, local restaurants, the courthouse, etc. Click here to download the packet or here to visit the GAMTI page.
The Mock Trial team will be holding an information session for interested students on Sunday, August 27th @ 3:30 PM in Wilson 402. For more information, please see the recruitment page.
UVa wins the 2006 Collegiate Mock Trial National Championship! Click here for details!
Watch the announcement that UVa has won the Olson division! Watch National Tabulation Director David Nelmark announce UVa as the new National Champion!
Thanks to NYU's Justin Matarrese for the video footage!
UVa wins the Gettysburg Regional and earns a bid to the 2006 National Championship Tournament! Steven Kanjo wins an Outstanding Witness Award!
Following CUBAIT 2006, four members of UVa Mock Trial now appear in the perjuries.com list of top forty competitors nationwide. Congratulations to Mostafa Abdelkarim, Samantha Bateman, Sean Hamidi, and Daniel Young! Click here to view the rankings.
UVa places two teams in top ten at CUBAIT '06! Sean Hamidi, Steve Kanjo, and Daniel Young win individual honors!
Team 972 finishes second at UCLA's Invitational! Click here to read more.
UVa places two teams in the top ten at GAMTI 2005, including a first place finish for team 972!
Mostafa Abdelkarim wins an Outstanding Witness Award!
Samantha Bateman, Ryann Burke, and Daniel Young win Outstanding Attorney Awards!
Click here for a full tournament report.
Visit the updated Members Section to view photos and biographies of new members!
After its most competitive year for tryouts in history, UVa Mock Trial is proud to congratulate Cary, Jamar, Ashton, Ryann, Steve, and Sean on becoming the newest members of the UVa Mock Trial Team!
UVa Mock Trial premieres its new website, www.uvamocktrial.org.