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The Broun National Trial Team is a nationally known program competing in trial advocacy across the country. The program gives students the opportunity to gain trial skills and courtroom experience. Students meet and work with professors and attorney's in preparation for competition.

The Broun National Trial Team hosts the annual Kilpatrick Stockton Trial Competition held at the University of North Carolina School of Law at the start of the Spring Semester. This competition is an inter-school mock trial competition for 1L students at North Carolina Law Schools. The Kilpatrick Stockton Trial Competition is the first opportunity for law students to get exposure to litigation. Students will learn and practice trial skills focusing on opening statements, direct examinations, cross examinations, and closing arguments.

In 2014, the Broun National Trial Team partnered with NCCU School of Law to host the TYLA regional competition. TYLA is a national competition held in Texas. The teams who compete at the national competition have won their various regional competitions in order to advance. Members of the Broun National Trial Team prepare the tournament as well as compete for the chance to advance to the national competition. In 2014, the regional competition was held at the Durham County Courthouse on February 7-9. To volunteer for this competition please visit http://tylaregional.web.unc.edu/ or email tylaregional@gmail.com.

Any questions regarding the Broun National Trial Team should be directed to uncmocktrial@gmail.com.

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