Flory Trial Competition
Named in honor of the late professor of the Law Center, the Ira S. Flory Mock Trial Competition is a mock trial competition open to all second-and third-year law students. A Flory Trial is held each semester; the fall Flory trial is traditionally a criminal case, while the spring Flory trial is a civil case.
Any 2L or 3L can participate as an attorney. Any student, including first-year students, can act as a juror or witness. Participating in the Flory trials is one of the best ways to get real-life experience and exposure to evidence and other rules of trial. (Coursework in evidence is not a required prerequisite to participate in the Flory Trials.) The finalists of each semester’s Flory Trials receive an automatic invitation to membership on the Board of Advocates.
Fall 2020 Flory Trial Competition
Fall 2020 Flory Trial Competition Materials:
- The Fall 2020 Flory Trial Problem will be released on this page in early August 2020!
- The Fall 2020 Flory Rules will be released in early August 2020.
Competitors are also reminded that there are a number of online training resources and trial skills handbooks available in the Resources folder that may be of use in preparing their cases.