additional costs for room and board for additional team members above the nine

Additional costs for room and board for additional

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additional costs for room and board for additional team members above the nine students, one teacher coach and one attorney-advisor sponsored through the Bar Foundation, all members of a team are welcome to attend the State Finals. However, requests to bring additional team members must be approved by the Mock Trial Program Manager in advance.
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2018-2019 Mock Trial Case (Final Version Nov 5 2018) Includes all corrections made as of FEB 7, 2019 22 b. Costs for additional students (more than 9) and adult coaches and/or advisors (more than 2) will not be covered by the New York Bar Foundation grant or the LYC Program. The Mock Trial Program Manager is not responsible for making room arrangements and reservations for anyone other than the nine students, one teacher-coach and one attorney-advisor for each team. However, the Mock Trial Program Manager may choose to make those arrangements for the additional team members. This applies to team members only, not guests. If the Program Manager chooses not to make the arrangements, every attempt will be made to pass along any special hotel rates to these other participants. Additional team members attending the State Finals may participate in organized meal functions but will be responsible for paying for their participation. The teacher coach must advise their school administration of the school’s responsibility to cover those additional charges and obtain their approval in advance. The Mock Trial Program Manager will provide an invoice to the Coach to submit to the school’s administrator. A purchase order must then be submitted to the Mock Trial Program Manager in Albany immediately after the school’s team has been designated as the Regional Winner who will be participating in the State Finals in Albany. In most cases, the school will be billed after the State Finals. However, it is possible that a school may be required to provide payment in advance for their additional team members. c. Each team will participate in two enactments the first day, against two different teams. Each team will be required to change sides plaintiff/prosecution to defendant, defendant to plaintiff/prosecution for the second enactment. Numerical scores will be assigned to each team’s performance by the judges. d. The two teams with the most wins and highest numerical score will compete on the following day, except that any team that has won both its enactments will automatically advance, regardless of its point total. In the rare event of three teams each winning both of their enactments, the two teams with the highest point totals, in addition to having won both of their enactments, will advance. e. The final enactment will be a single elimination tournament. Plaintiff/prosecution and defendant will be determined by a coin toss by the Mock Trial Program Manager. All teams invited to the State Finals must attend the final trial enactment.
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