Mock Trial In Your Classroom

Mock Trial can be an exciting learning opportunity for all students and is a rich and authentic way to bring civic education and participation into the classroom. Classroom Law Project is here to support teachers who would like to make this program a classroom or school activity. Please check out our resources for Mock Trial in the Classroom below and be sure to contact us if you would like help setting up a mock trial showcase at your school, doing a training with your teachers, or if you simply have questions about how to do mock trial.

Support we can offer during the school year

  • Professional Development & Training in Mock Trial curriculum and materials
  • Help recruiting judges for your trial(s) (please contact us at least 6 weeks prior to planned trial)
  • Classroom Law Project staff participation in mock trial activities at your school (please contact us at least 8 weeks prior to planned event)

Online Resources for Mock Trial in the Classroom

We continue to build our available online resources and content for your use in the classroom. Please check out these and make use of them any way that works for your students:

Mock Trial in the Classroom – Strategies

Mock Trial in the Classroom – Student Handouts

Mock Trial in the Classroom – Harrison Bergeron, by Kurt Vonnegut (a complete mock trial unit)

mocktrialstrategies.com – a website developed by one of our Mock Trial Regional Coordinators with multimedia resources for teachers and coaches in Mock Trial!

Be sure to check our Events page for Mock Trial related workshops and activities.

 

To make an appointment or inquire more about mock trial in YOUR classroom, please email Cari Zall or Jessica Gallagher.