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National Championship Tournament Information


The National Championship Tournament (NCT) is the final round of the American Mock Trial Association's annual national tournament structure.  The NCT will host the top six teams from each of AMTA's ORCS tournaments in March. Only 48 teams will advance and compete in the National Championship Tournament.  These 48 teams will be divided into two "divisions" of 24 teams each.  The first-place teams from each will face off in AMTA's National Championship Final Round.

The NCT host will provide further logistical information regarding the tournament to those teams who earn bids to the NCT. If you have any general questions or would like any further information about the NCT round of competition, please e-mail William Warihay, chairperson of the Tournament Administration Committee.

30th AMTA National Championship Tournament 
April 11-13, 2014 | Orlando, Florida
Hosted by the University of Central Florida
Sponsored by Stetson University College of Law

National Championship Tournament Schedule and Logistics



Team Competition Information:

Once a team earns a bid to the National Championship Tournament, they must complete the following forms.  Each form must be completed once for each team from each school that is attending the National Championship Tournament.

1.  Team Roster Form - Due by 4:00 PM CDT on Monday, March 31, 2014

Note: Teams may change their roster after this deadline, but no later than 5:00 p.m. EDT Monday, April 7, 2014.  If a school with two teams changes their roster(s) after this deadline, the Competition Response Committee has the authority to change which team bears the "A" designation under Rule 5.28(3)(c).

2.  Bid Reservation Form - Due by Noon CDT on the Tuesday after the bid is earned

For information on which teams are attending the National Championship Tournament, please view the following lists:

 Earned Bid List   Open Bid List   Tournament Divisions 



AMTA Representatives:

The Professor William R. Eleazer Division: Justin Bernstein and David Nelmark

The Dean Bruce R. Jacob Division: William Warihay and Johnathan Woodward