Case UpdatesFinal Case Update - Five Documents Changed
Feb. 29, 2020 - The AMTA Criminal Case Committee has made a few final changes to State v. Ryder to correct information in the Det. Chesney Report, State and Defendant's Discovery Responses, the Ames Aldrich Affidavit, and Ex. 30. The updated documents are available in the Case Manager. Read more...State v Ryder - ORCS Case Changes and Case Balance Memo
Feb. 23, 2020 - The case committee has released pre-ORCS case changes, as well as a change log. The AMTA Analytics Committee has released a memo regarding case balance at AMTA Regional Tournaments. Read more...State v. Ryder - December Case Changes Released
Dec. 10, 2019 - The Criminal Case Committee has released case changes to State v. Ryder, as well as a memo about case balance at the fall invitationals. These are the last changes expected until after Regionals. Read more...
- Santa Monica, CA ORCS - Mar. 8, 2020
- Cedar Rapids, IA ORCS - Mar. 8, 2020
- Geneva, IL ORCS - Mar. 8, 2020
- Lancaster, PA ORCS - Mar. 8, 2020
- Cincinnati, OH ORCS - Mar. 8, 2020
- Fresno, CA Regional - Feb. 23, 2020
- Chestnut Hill, MA Regional - Feb. 23, 2020
- Columbus, OH Regional - Feb. 23, 2020
- Chapel Hill, NC Regional - Feb. 23, 2020
- Owings Mills, MD Regional - Feb. 23, 2020
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AnnouncementsAMTA Postponement of All Remaining 2020 Tournaments
Mar. 12, 2020 - AMTA is postponing all future tournaments at this time. This includes the Princeton, Memphis and Greenville ORCS, as well as the Chicago National Championship Tournament. Please click this article for more information... Read more...Nominations for the 2020 Neal Smith Award Open!
Feb. 21, 2020 - AMTA is now accepting nominations for the 2020 Neal Smith Award. AMTA presents the Neal Smith Award to one individual annually in recognition of their "contributions to AMTA's educational mission" in a broader sense. For information on how to submit a nomination... Read more...AMTA Releases New ORCS Pairing System
Feb. 14, 2020 – Earlier in the season, the AMTA Board of Directors passed a new pairing system to be used at the Opening Round Championship Series (ORCS). The new system aims to better balance the strength of schedule for all teams at ORCS, and will be first implemented during the upcoming 2020 ORCS. Read more...