2020 Law School Mock Trial Guest Registration
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2020 Law School Mock Trial Guest Registration

If you intend to participate in meals/receptions, you must submit the $125 Guest/Coach Registration Fee. Non-participating attendees (only coming to watch the competition rounds) do not need to pay any fees. Regardless of whether you participate in meals/receptions, ALL guests, coaches, and spectators must register. Registrations and payment will be accepted through Competition Check-in on Thursday, February 22nd. Email emily@pad.org with any questions.

2/27/2020 to 3/1/2020
Where: Hyatt Regency Crystal City
2799 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Arlington, Virginia  22202
United States
Contact: Emily Baranoski
410-347-3118


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Thank you for your interest in attending the 2020 Law School Mock Trial Competition!

If you are attending as a guest, coach, or spectator, you MUST register for this event by submitting this form, regardless of whether you are fully participating in the competition activities. Non-participating attendees do not need to pay any fees.

Participating attendees must submit the $125 Guest/Coach Registration Fee. Participating in activities is defined as attending both the opening and closing reception and participating in the provided meals during the competition. If you are only attending to watch the competition rounds, you do not need to submit payment. Guests who have paid for meals will receive a special notation on their name tag to show that they are permitted to participate in breakfast and lunch

Registrations and payment will be accepted through Competition Check-in on Thursday, February 27th. 

If you have questions about registration, please contact P.A.D. Director of Events Emily Baranoski at emily@pad.org or 410-347-3118.

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