2023 Alaska High School Mock Trial Competition – March 31-April 1, 2023
The Alaska High School Mock Trial Competition is an annual event sponsored by the Young Lawyers Section of the Anchorage Bar Association. Participation in mock trial not only teaches high school students about the law and courtroom experience, but it also builds critical thinking and public speaking skills. The competition draws teams of 6-9 high school students from around the state to compete in a series of simulated trials, with students playing the rolls of both attorneys and witnesses. Students are provided a set of case materials consisting of legal pleadings, witness affidavits, and exhibits. Case materials alternate between civil and criminal cases. The current problem and past problems are available elsewhere on this page, along with some suggested training materials for high school teachers that may not be particularly familiar with preparing for mock trial.
For more information, please contact Prof. Ryan Fortson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Official Case Materials and Competition RulesState v. Abbot: Mock Trial Materials 2023
Mock Trial Teaching Materials
Wilson v Happy Mtn Daycare (Civil teaching problem)
State v Wheeler (Criminal Teaching Problem)
Intro to Mock Trial Teaching Materials
Prior Mock Trial Problems
Stanley v ATVictory.Mock Trial Materials.2022
Mock Trial 2020 Problem.State v Rogers.Final
Rupert v. Jones 2019 Rupert v. Jones
State vs. Calhoun (2018) (PDF) HERE
Wilson v. Happy Mountain Daycare (2007)
Alaska Children’s Museum v. Happy Bear Studios (2009)