Posted on October 29th, 2023 in Community Service, Faculty by Aaron Dusso

Voting in less than 5 minutes. Can’t beat that! Early voting in Indianapolis’ mayoral race is open. Odd year elections are typically lower turnout than elections that happen during even year national elections. The choice to hold the election in an odd year is to avoid having the mayoral race lost in the hoopla that …

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Posted on October 15th, 2023 in Classes, Featured, Students, Teaching by Aaron Dusso

The IUPUI Mock Trial Team traveled last weekend to the Golden Dome Invitational – hosted by Notre Dame – alongside 16 other teams that are made up of varying universities around the Midwest. IUPUI started the tournament with rocky footing on Saturday, with a record of 0-4. Sunday, however, was a new day and a …

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Posted on October 15th, 2023 in Classes, Students, Teaching by Aaron Dusso

Mock Trial: Defined At its most basic level, students on the Mock Trial Team at IUPUI perform as attorneys and witnesses during the litigation of a hypothetical court case. The Case:  Each August, the team receives a case packet from the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) which contains evidence, witness affidavits, and other legal materials …

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