Case Updates2021-2022 Criminal Case Preview
Apr. 18, 2021 - The Criminal Case Committee has released a preview of the 2021-22 case problem, which was announced live at the Closing Ceremony of the National Championship Tournament! Read more...Westenmeier v. Walton - Case Updates Released
Mar. 30, 2021 - The AMTA National Championship Tournament Case Committee has released a revised version of the NCT Case. No further changes are expected. Read more...Westenmeier v. Walton - 2021 NCT Case Released!
Mar. 21, 2021 - The 2021 National Championship Tournament case, Trey Westenmeier v. Kiran Walton, is now live on the AMTA case portal. Good luck and congratulations to everyone that has earned the right to compete at the National Championship Tournament! Read more...
- 2021 NCT - Final Round - Apr. 18, 2021
- 2021 NCT - Nelmark Division - Apr. 18, 2021
- 2021 NCT - Zeigler Division - Apr. 18, 2021
- ORCS 2-A - Mar. 21, 2021
- ORCS 2-B - Mar. 21, 2021
- ORCS 2-C - Mar. 21, 2021
- ORCS 2-D - Mar. 21, 2021
- ORCS 1-A - Mar. 14, 2021
- ORCS 1-B - Mar. 14, 2021
- ORCS 1-C - Mar. 14, 2021
- ORCS 1-D - Mar. 14, 2021
- For Regional Tournament Results: Click Here
Announcements2021 National Champions - University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Apr. 18, 2021 - University of Maryland, Baltimore County is AMTA's 35th National Champion, prevailing over Yale University in the National Final Round held via Zoom. Congratulations to University of Maryland, Baltimore County and Yale University on their outstanding performances in the final round! Read more...AMTA President Delivers Statement of Condolences
Mar. 15, 2021 - AMTA President Brandon Harper delivers a statement of condolences on behalf of the AMTA Community to the family, friends, and loved ones of Furman Mock Trial competitor Michael "Ryan" Wood. Read more...Neal Smith Award Nominations Open
Mar. 3, 2021 - AMTA has opened the nomination period for the Neal Smith Award, which is presented to one individual annually in recognition of their "contributions to AMTA's educational mission" in a broader sense. Read more...