The Mock Review with Ben and Drew

--- Ben Garmoe and Drew Evans ---

Ben Garmoe of UMBC Mock Trial and Drew Evans of Haverford Mock Trial discuss and debate anything and everything connected to mock trial.

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Latest Episodes…

  1. Episode 10: Regional Tournament Assignments (with Adam Detsky)

    On the latest episode, Ben and Drew are joined by AMTA Team and Feeder Subcommittee Chair Adam Detsky. Adam breaks down the 2018 Regional Tournament assignments, and discusses how he and his committee go about placing 700+ teams into Regional sites around the country. Adam goes in-depth on the committee's ...


  2. Episode 9: But It Actually Updates

    Content Warning: The first 12 minutes of this episode discuss the death of Alaina Housley and the issue of gun violence more broadly. The remaining portion of the episode begins at 12:02. On this week's episode, Ben and Drew discuss more fall tournament results, including the Black Squirrel Invitational, and ...


  3. Episode 8: Early Season Review

    On the latest episode of The Mock Review, Ben and Drew take a closer look at some early-season results and how they might predict how the rest of the season will unfold. Ben and Drew also discuss what they've seen so far at different tournaments with how Midlands Television Studios ...


  4. Episode 7: Elizabeth Bays

    On the latest episode of The Mock Review, Ben and Drew are joined over two sessions by Elizabeth Bays of Yale University. Elizabeth discusses Yale's four consecutive appearances in the National Final Round, their reputation for creative theories and whether they push the limits of AMTA rules, and Elizabeth's thoughts ...


  5. Episode 6: Midlands Television Studios v. Kosack (with Michael Gelfand)

    On the first post-case release episode of The Mock Review, Ben and Drew chat with Civil Case Committee Chair Michael J. Gelfand about Midlands Television Studios, Inc. v. Danny Kosack. Mike (aka The Gelf) delves into why the committee decided to torture anxious college students with absurd case previews and ...