Randall Levine Helps Kalamazoo Central High School's Mock Trial Team Prepare for National Championship Competition

 Help Kalamazoo Central High School’s Mock Trial Team

Levine & Levine Managing Partner Randall Levine had the opportunity to help Kalamazoo Central High School’s Mock Trial Team prepare for their upcoming national championship competition in Georgia.

Levine presided as a judge during Kalamazoo Central’s final dress rehearsal at the Crosstown Courthouse in Kalamazoo on Saturday, May 11. Kalamazoo Central’s Mock Trial Team won the state championship in March. They will now compete against other high school teams nationwide in the National Mock Trial Championship in Athens, Ga. later this week.

“Mock Trial competitions are a great learning experience for any student who might be interested in being part of our country’s legal system someday,” Levine said. “It was an honor to be given the opportunity to act as a presiding judge during Kalamazoo Central’s rehearsal. We wish them the best of luck as they head to the national championship on Thursday.”

Photo courtesy of Mark Bugnaski.

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