The Stanford Law School Mock Trial program is a student-run organization dedicated
to trial advocacy training and competition. Our mission is to promote interest in trial advocacy
and to provide students with the opportunity to develop a high level of trial proficiency while still
in law school.
The organization has been extremely successful in developing and training advocates
capable of competing at the national level. The program was founded in 2003
by two students with Mock Trial experience and has been growing ever since.
Today the club has over 20 competing members, in addition to a significant number
of non-competitive club members. The Mock Trial Program is proud to spread Stanford
Law School's reputation for excellence in advocacy.
Team members Sam Bateman, Rachel Juarez, and Rakesh
Kilaru celebrate their second-place finish at the 2010 National Trial