Take on the role of an attorney, witness, judge, or jury member as you learn about the American court system and participate in trials.
Students study and engage in trials, from jury selection, opening statements, examining witnesses, presenting evidence, closing arguments, and deliberating a verdict.
Classroom discussions address the role of courts in a democracy, the meaning of due process, and the nature of justice. Students examine the differences between civil and criminal trials and the prosecution's burden of proving guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
|Session I||6/13/2022 - 6/24/2022||Tysons||Morning (Call for waitlist)|
|Session II||6/27/2022 - 7/8/2022||Dulles||Afternoon|
|Session III||7/11/2022 - 7/22/2022||McLean||Morning|
|Session IV||7/25/2022 - 8/5/2022||Reston||Afternoon (Call for waitlist)|
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