During this week-long day program, high school students argue a moot court case as if before the Supreme Court. Participants meet and work with a variety of legal professionals while enhancing their writing, research, and public speaking skills.
The case | The defendant was convicted of armed robberies based, in part, on several months of cell phone location history obtained by law enforcement from his cell provider without a warrant. Is government tracking your whereabouts through cell phone records a search under the Fourth Amendment? Does the government need a warrant to do this? Participants will argue and decide.
Application - Deadline May 25
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