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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!

Contact Information

Aryn Rozier, Administrative Director - [email protected]

Jordan Armga, Program Director - [email protected]

Grant May, Assistant Program Director - [email protected]

2024 TeenPact Judicial

  • Lynchburg, VA June 23-29, 2024
    Students: $539.00 Parents: $439.00
Program Director Jordan Armga Event Director John Legg


Please arrive at Liberty University between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, June 23. Plan to depart between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 29.


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, June 23.  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, June 29. We will deliver you back to your ticketing counter for your departing flight.


Please email our Registration Team at [email protected] to provide your travel information.


TeenPact Judicial staff, students, and chaperones are privileged to stay on-site in Liberty University Dorms. For more information about the dorm accommodations, please feel free to contact the Administrative Director, Aryn Rozier, for more information.



  • 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.


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.

For more information on the standards for each type of attire, visit or email our TeenPact National Office at [email protected].


Below, you will find links to the Homework Packet, as well as the Moot Court Problem for 2024 TeenPact Judicial. Please complete the homework, and thoroughly study the Moot Court Problem, as outlined in the Homework Packet. If you have any questions along the way, please email the Administrative Director for the event, Aryn Rozier.


Homework Packet


Moot Court Problem

TeenPact Judicial is a very simple event for chaperones with an excellent environment for chaperones to see their students grow throughout the week. TeenPact Judicial takes place on campus at Liberty University, with much of the day spent in classrooms, or outdoors for free time. Chaperones at Judicial primarily serve at the dorms to assist with supervision in the evenings and the mornings. On occasion, there may be assistance with meals that is helpful for the staff team, but is not required. TeenPact Judicial is a great event to attend to learn with your student during the lectures from professors, but still have flexibility to work remotely or accomplish other things as needed. Chaperones have historically enjoyed the Moot Court Tournament at the end of the week where they can watch their students implement what they’ve learned throughout the week. At the conclusion of the event each year, TeenPact hosts an awards banquet for families of the students to celebrate their accomplishments during the event. Chaperones are invited to attend the banquet as part of the event cost, and other family members are welcome to join for a small fee. If you’re interested in joining us as a chaperone for TeenPact Judicial, just register using the link below, and we will look forward to having you with us!


Parents, siblings, and other guests are invited to attend a banquet to honor the TeenPact Judicial students at the end of the week. 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 protected].