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EKU Mock Trial

Click on the video below to hear about the EKU Mock Trial experience.  Students earn two upper-level POL credits per semester while traveling the country and competing as attorneys and witnesses in a nationally-recognized mock trial program.  The class (POL 466: Mock Trial) meets twice a week (Mondays and Wednesdays 3:45-5:45pm) and travels to compete several weekends each semester.

Students interested in joining EKU Mock Trial will sign up for POL 495: Special Topics: Trial Advocacy & Procedure (CRN 10796), a one-hour course that meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:45-5:45pm for the first five weeks of the fall semester. The five-week course concludes with a mock trial scrimmage. Students will be selected from the POL 495 class to enroll in POL 466: Mock Trial and attend intercollegiate competitions for the remainder of the academic year. Additional spots that become available during the year will be filled by an interview/audition process.


Frequently Asked Questions

Please contact the Program Coordinator, Thomas Parker, at if you are interested in auditioning or would like further information on the program.

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