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After facing off against the nation’s most dominant programs in the country’s most competitive tournament, NYU’s Downtown Invitational Classic, UCLA ended up as the most rewarded team in field.  The Bruins returned to Westwood with a 4th Place trophy, an Outstanding Attorney Award for Kyle DeCamp, Outstanding Witness Awards for Tim Hooyenga and Philip Raucci,...
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Proving once again that underclassmen can hold their own against more experienced competitors, sophomore Kyle DeCamp (pictured) wins his first ever All-American Attorney Award. Winning 23/30 ranks on the prosecution, Kyle’s sympathetic opening won the favor of the judges, despite going up against Championship-winning programs. Kyle becomes one of 46 All-American award-winners in the history...
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On April 13, 2014,  UCLA’s Team 965 (pictured) faced Princeton University in Orlando, Florida to compete for AMTA’s 30th National Championship Title. Princeton entered the round having won the most ballots in AMTA history. After a round scored by prominent legal professionals, UCLA was able to turn out the victor. This marks the 4th National...
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For the first time in years, UCLA sends two teams to the National Championship tournament out of the tough San Diego Open Round Championship Series. UCLA A and B will both be representing the Bruins in Cincinnati, Ohio this year. Tab Summary
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Seth Wacks, Callie Davidson, Madeline Yzurdiaga and Kyle DeCamp all secure All-American trophies at Nationals, keeping up UCLA’s streak of winning an All-American every year since 1999. With these 4 new glass trophies UCLA reaches 50 All-American awards. Our record is unrivaled in receiving the top individual award given outstanding witnesses and attorneys in AMTA. History
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UCLA places at the most prestigous fall tournament. The Great American Mock Trial Invitational is hosted by UVA every year and UCLA in the past few years hasn’t been able to secure a trophy until this year.
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UCLA’s A team takes first place, making it the first UCLA UCLASSIC win in 9 years. In fact, we have won more national championships (4) than UCLASSIC tournaments (3). Over the years, UCLA A placed top 5 every single year with UCLA B and UCLA C occasionally joining them. History
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Fitting in with the cross-town rivalry, UCLA sent 3 teams to USC’s tournament. UCLA walked away with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place! UCLA C secured first with 7.5 wins, UCLA B secured second with 7 wins, and UCLA A secured third with 6 wins.
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For the 17th year in a row UCLA qualifies a team to nationals. UCLA A not only secured a bid out of the Santa Monica ORCS, but they also won Spirit of AMTA. Spirit of AMTA is awarded to the team who demonstrates the values of the American Mock Trial Association and is voted on...
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After a very competitive tournament, having faced three teams that finished in the Top Ten, UCLA ended up in fourth place.  This was the last tournament for seniors John Accardo, Kyle DeCamp, Erin Engelmann, and Gokul Veedu. Tab Summary
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