At the beginning of the school year, every team receives the same case material; it’s up to us to put the pieces together in the best way possible. That is, we figure out how to dismantle our opponents' theories, and make ours foolproof. Working with the same case through tournaments helps our members learn by trial and error and improves their analytical and critical thinking skills. We have to anticipate what our opponents will do and in turn come up with arguments they won’t anticipate. We pride ourselves on being able to outsmart competitors, and we win trials because of that.
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