Rhodes College A team won this past weekend’s Memphis opening round of the National Championship Tournament held at the D’Army Bailey Courthouse and sponsored by the American Mock Trial Association.
Rhodes D mock trial team won the Louisville regional hosted by Bellarmine University Feb. 24.
Rhodes junior Joey Bartholomew was in Philadelphia working for the Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC), participating in the political process first-hand.
Twenty-five talented high school students from all over the country staged final mock trials on campus June 25 after participating in Rhodes College’s first Mock Trial Academy.
Professor Anna R. Eldridge, a Rhodes College graduate of the class of 2002, continued her education at Duke Law School before starting her career as an attorney. Professor Eldridge has practiced both civil and criminal law in a variety of settings and is licensed to practice in Georgia, Tennessee, and Arkansas. She returned to Rhodes as a coach to the nationally successful Mock Trial Program in 2008. Since then, Rhodes has appeared at every National Championship Tournament and Professor Eldridge has become the Director of the program.
The Rhodes mock trial
By Richard J.
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