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AMTA Mock Trial - Undergraduate

Belmont's undergraduate AMTA Mock Trial team allows you to develop and showcase your trial advocacy skills while gaining experience for a future law career.Trained mock trial members compete annually in several mock trial tournaments across the country, sponsored by AMTA, the governing body for intercollegiate mock trial competition. At these tournaments, teams of students simulate jury trials by presenting each side of a civil or criminal case against teams from other schools. You'll argue motions, examine witnesses and deliver opening and closing statements before panels of judges and attorneys who provide feedback after each round of competition. You'll also meet and work with professors and attorneys in preparation for competition. 

Pre Law Society

Belmont University's Pre-Law Society seeks to promote interest and awareness of contemporary legal topics by hosting speaker panels, lectures, and discussions throughout the year. Legal professionals, scholars and law students provide unique insights regarding a variety of topics pertaining to the law.

The Belmont University Pre-Law Society also seeks to provide students with the tools and resources necessary to effectively navigate the law school admissions process.

The Belmont University Pre-Law Society will help prepare students for law school and their eventual careers by providing them with the opportunity to become more familiar with the law school admissions process, different legal career paths, and the various legal professions. Events will include speaker panels, test prep information, law school fairs, meetings with Belmont University alumni and Belmont College of Law professors and social activities.

Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature and Tennessee Intercollegiate Supreme Court

Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature (TISL) is a mock legislature comprised of the top echelon of Tennessee’s collegiate leaders and Tennessee Intercollegiate Supreme Court (TISC), the judicial branch presiding over the Appellate Moot Court Collegiate Challenge (AMC3). Since its conception in 1966, TISL has provided students with a platform to advocate for issues they believe in through the organization’s Senate, House of Representatives and Supreme Court.

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