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Courtroom Artist Contest

Calling all High School Educators!

Encourage your students to participate in the Foundation’s 6th annual Courtroom Artist Contest, which is held in conjunction with the New Jersey State Bar Foundation’s Vincent J. Apruzzese High School Mock Trial Competition.  This competition gives creative students an opportunity to stretch their artistic muscles while sketching their school’s mock trial team in action.  The official entry form is coming soon.

In the meantime, sign up for the Courtroom Artist Workshop on October 27, 2021 at 10 a.m. Hear from nationally heralded courtroom illustrators and authors, Elizabeth Williams and Aggie Kenny, as they provide information about the elements of preparing students to illustrate the mock trial and furnish tips for student success.

Register for October 27th Workshop

Winning entries from the 2020-2021 Courtroom Artist Contest appear below.

Congratulations to the 2021 Winners!

2021 First Place Winner

by Maeve Grennan of Morristown High School

2021 Second Place Winner

by Abigail Cisneros of Cranford High School

2021 Third Place Winner (Tie)

by Melissa Bostjancic of Hunterdon County Poly Tech

2021 Third Place Winner (Tie)

by Alisha Valentin Roman of Middle Township High School

And to the Honorable Mentions…

2021 Honorable Mention

by Melissa Bostjancic of Hunterdon County Poly Tech

2021 Honorable Mention

by Melissa Bostjancic of Hunterdon County Poly Tech

2021 Honorable Mention

by Emily Crabbe of The Academy of St. Elizabeth

2021 Honorable Mention

by Audrey Fox of Morristown High School

2021 Honorable Mention

by Audrey Fox of Morristown High School

2021 Honorable Mention

by Michelle Kagramian of Marine Academy of Technology and Environmental Science

2021 Honorable Mention

by Aaron Nagler of Livingston High School

2021 Honorable Mention

by Katerina Pasichnyk of Cumberland County Technical Education Center

2021 Honorable Mention

by Katerina Pasichnyk of Cumberland County Technical Education Center

2021 Honorable Mention

by Michelle Zuniga of Cumberland County Technical Education Center