Moot Court provides an opportunity for students to explore Constitutional issues. A traditional law school activity, now growing in the undergraduate arena, Moot Court prepares students for the rigors of arguing a case before the United States Supreme Court. This camp will introduce campers to Moot Court, teaching them how to analyze and defend a case. Campers will have the opportunity to work with and be coached by former collegiate Moot Court national competitors. Beginners and veterans alike are welcome!
Member of the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) Board of Directors and has served as an AMTA Representative since 2012. Mrs. Johnson has authored and published several Mock Trial teaching resources and has authored, coauthored, and edited over a dozen Mock Trial cases. Additionally, Mrs. Johnson has been published in the North Carolina State Bar Journal and various newsletters. She brings more than a decade of experience in high school and collegiate Mock Trial and Debate to Patrick Henry College (PHC). Mrs. Johnson earned both her undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of North Carolina, completed the Paralegal Program at Meredith College, and earned a certificate in Nonprofit Management from Duke University. She is a professionally skilled administrator and colleague of the late Dr. Guliuzza. PHC’s new director is a strong supporter of Patrick Henry College and its mission to raise up godly leaders who will lead the nation and shape the culture for Christ.