Results from the 2017 Project Citizen State Finals

Public policy issues like housing prices, flooding, motorcycle safety, and mental health took center stage at the 2017 Project Citizen State Finals on Friday, May 26th in West Palm Beach. Middle and high school students addressed panels of judges about issues of...

Results from the 2017 Moot Court Competition

We are so proud of the Florida High School Moot Court participants this year! The final round was held at the Florida Supreme Court with preliminary rounds at the First District Court of Appeal and the FSU College of Law. Thank you to all teams for your participation!...

Results from the 2017 Middle School Mock Trial Competition

We would like to congratulate the teams that participated in the Middle School Mock Trial Virtual Competition! Featured below are the top five teams. First Place: American Heritage Middle School, Plantation Second Place: Seminole Middle School, Broward Third Place:...

Results from the 2017 High School Mock Trial Competition

Congratulations to all teams that attended the 2017 High School Mock Trial Competition! It was an incredible competition this year with spectacular students, teachers, and coaches. We would like to give a special thank you to attorney Amber Rumancik, former high...

Nominate a Mock Trial Teacher for the Ed Lange Legacy Award

Last year, we introduced a new award at State Finals called the Ed Lange Legacy Award. The Ed Lange Legacy Award recognizes and honors a mock trial teacher who shows outstanding devotion to their students, a commitment to professionalism, and a desire to instill a...

Results from the 2017 We the People Competition

We had some amazing middle and high school students testifying in the We the People Mock Congressional Hearings this past weekend, demonstrating their outstanding knowledge of the U.S. Constitution. We would like to thank the students who participated, as well as the...