“The Mock Trial of the Century”: Helping Students Develop an Interest in the Law

Winning Team School: Palms Middle School

Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP was proud to participate in “The Mock Trial of the Century: Jeff Sleazos V. Tesla,” a competition presented by Prime Time Trials and Loyola Law School.

The mock trial competition took place November 16, 2021, with a Zoom broadcast to accommodate for COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. After a two-hour trial, District Judge Fernando L. Aenlle-Rocha ruled in favor of the defense: Palms Middle School.

In just 6th grade, these students asserted persuasive arguments in defense of their client to prove that no negligence was committed. We were thoroughly impressed by the work of the students on both sides of the court.

At Greene Broillet & Wheeler, LLP, our attorneys are always eager to help students of all ages develop and pursue an interest in the legal profession.

Four of our Los Angeles trial attorneys jumped at the opportunity to volunteer for this year’s mock trial competition:

As a result of their work, we were honored to receive the Fall 2021 Most Pro Bono Hours Award.

Congratulations to Palms Middle School for winning “The Mock Trial of the Century”!

About Greene Broillet & Wheeler LLP

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