Wisconsin NJC Application 2019
Conference Dates: July 29-August 1, 2019

The National Judicial Competition (NJC), held annually in Chicago, brings together Youth in Government participants from around the country to face off in mock trial and appellate court competitions. The event is a partnership between the YMCA of the USA and the American Bar Association. This event offers YIG participants a chance to expand on the legal issues they explore in the state Model Government session and to meet fantastic delegates from other state YIG programs. NJC calls on students to test their speaking and rhetoric skills, and delegates work in groups to prepare speeches and arguments.

As a state, we can send up to six appellate teams (of 2 students each) and up to four mock trial teams (of 5-8 students each).

All students and advisors will stay at the Holiday Inn Mart Plaza and compete at the John Marshall Law School, the Chicago Bar, and the Federal Courthouse.

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Last Name *
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Grade (2018-2019 school year) *
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Which team(s) would you be interested in participating in? *
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Please list any other delegate(s) who you'd prefer to be placed on a team with
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Parent/Guardian Name *
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What does the Wisconsin YMCA Youth in Government program mean to you? How has it impacted your life? *
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Why do you want to represent Wisconsin at the National Judicial Competition (NJC)? *
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Why do you believe that you should be awarded a post in the Wisconsin delegation? What qualifications do you have? *
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How do you plan to use your NJC experience to enhance your local Wisconsin YIG delegation or WIYIG's Supreme Court program? How will you make a difference? *
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Code of Conduct Agreement
As a participant in the Wisconsin Delegation to the YMCA National Judicial Competition, I realize that such a privilege involves certain responsibilities. I understand the expectations set before me in the Wisconsin Youth in Government Code of Conduct and all other rules and regulations exist for the good of the program. I further understand that if my conduct does not meet these standards, I relinquish the right to opportunities afforded to me by the YMCA National Judicial Competition and the Wisconsin Delegation and that I will be returned home at my own or parent’s expense immediately.
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