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The Trial Advocacy Society (TAS) is an organization focused on encouraging Michigan Law students to learn trial advocacy skills and to better equip them to pursue careers as trial lawyers. TAS offers law students opportunities to meet practicing trial attorneys, attend speaker events focused on trial theory and evidence, and participate in student-taught workshops on trial skills. To give students an opportunity to use their skills in practice, TAS coordinates try outs, practices, and travel logistics for the MLaw Mock Trial Team -- a select group of students who compete against other law school mock trial teams at regional and national tournaments. By providing opportunities to learn, practice, and compete, TAS aims to help law students gain the skills and knowledge necessary to be effective trial-level litigators.
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