Through dynamic experiences, TeenPact seeks to inspire youth in their relationship with Christ and train them to understand the political process, value their liberty, defend the Christian faith, and engage the culture around them. “Changing lives to change the world” is more than a vision statement to us. It’s what we do every day.
At TeenPact, we believe students learn best by doing. That’s why our State Classes are comprised of focused hands-on leadership training. With classes offered across the nation and for students ages 8-19, young people will quickly discover how to embrace their call as the next generation of leaders through the unique tools, teaching, and opportunities TeenPact provides.
Our Alumni Events take students deeper in their relationship with Christ as they build lasting community and grow through intentional leadership training. While events activities range from meeting legislators on Capitol Hill to team building in South Dakota, the focus is the same – training students to be influential and servant-hearted leaders.
Experience a full-immersion week of law school at Liberty University School of Law. This event is designed to train you to understand the judicial process, practice case law, and develop excellent oral argumentation skills.
Pre-event study prepares you to jump into a one-of-a-kind intellectual experience wherein you benefit from Law School professors’ interactive lectures on topics including “Introduction to Legal Reasoning” and “Foundations of Law.” The special emphasis on appreciating the Judeo-Christian roots of our judicial system integrates biblical worldview into both study and conversation.
TeenPact staff and Liberty Law School professors coach students through the appellate process as they analyze facts and issues of a realistic case file and craft oral arguments.
The highlight of the week is undoubtedly the two-day Moot Court Tournament where students argue their case against opposing counsel before a panel of judges.
Beyond these thrilling academic opportunities, Judicial students enjoy all the distinctive elements of a TeenPact event. These include morning worship and devotionals, intentional small group time, afternoon free time, and evening sessions.
If you are looking to deepen your relationship with Christ and continue developing the skills of an effective servant leader, join us for TeenPact Judicial!
The Judicial Blog
Learn more about the Judicial experience and vision behind Judicial through student stories, event recaps, and thought posts on the Judicial blog.
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How to get to here. It’s really the most important detail.
FOR THOSE DRIVING
Please arrive at Liberty University between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 12. Plan to depart between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 18.
FOR THOSE FLYING
Please book your flight into Lynchburg, VA (LYH) primarily, or Richmond, VA (RIC) secondarily. Be sure to arrive between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 12. TeenPact Staff will meet you at the airport baggage claim after you arrive. Please wear a TeenPact t-shirt to help us find you. Plan to depart after 12:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 18. We will deliver you back to your ticketing counter for your departing flight.
Please login to your account at teenpact.com/events to enter and confirm your travel information.
Where We Stay
With TeenPact friends around, how can it not feel like home?
TeenPact Judicial Staff, Students, and Chaperones are privileged to stay on-site in Liberty University Dorms. These dorms are partially-furnished, apartment suites. Each apartment has four bedrooms (two or three beds and a bathroom in each), a central living-room space, an unfurnished kitchen with refrigerator, and laundry facilities (detergent not provided).
Bring This, Not That
Be sure to read over this packing list before you come!
Pillow and Bedding
Towel and toiletries
Bible, notebook, and pen
Reusable water bottle
Snack to share at Coffeehouse (Girls bring sweet, Guys bring salty)
Money for the TeenPact Store (optional)
Laptop computer, iPad, or Tablet (while not required, we highly recommend that you bring a means of digital writing for taking notes during lectures and completing assignments).
Remember, we will be media-free during this week so plan on leaving any cell phones, tablets, laptops, books, etc. in your suitcase during the week unless they’re being used for on-site assignments.
What to Wear
Dress for the occasion . . . which happens to be a TeenPact event!
To create a distraction-free atmosphere, please bring only clothing that adheres to our Dress Code.
Judicial requires several types of attire during the week:
Casual: Bring a casual outfit for every day during free time and evening sessions.
Traditional Professional: Bring two full Traditional Professional outfits, as you wore to your State Class.
Business Casual: Bring three Business Casual outfits to wear throughout the week during the daytime sessions, lectures, and other program activities that will take place at the Law School.
Prior to arriving at Judicial, we ask that all students complete a brief Homework Packet to provide a basic understanding of what will take place at the event. You can expect to receive this packet to your email two weeks prior to the event.
Visitors & Parents
Want to experience TeenPact too? Here’s how you can join us.
Parents and other Chaperones play a huge role at TeenPact events and we love having them involved! If you are a parent who would like to attend Judicial with your student, register at teenpact.com/events.
A celebration to honor all of our outstanding students.
Parents, siblings, and other guests are invited to attend a banquet to honor the 2020 TeenPact Judicial students. We will hear a class-nominated student representative share about the experience at Judicial. Additionally, Professor Grant Rost of Liberty University School of Law will address the class and announce the winners of the moot court tournament that takes place during the week.
In light of program activities, students will not be picked up following the banquet. Parents traveling to Lynchburg for the banquet should plan to make housing arrangements off-campus, unless previously registered as a Chaperone for the entirety of the event. If you have questions regarding the Banquet, please contact our National Office at email@example.com.