Posts filed under: Announcements

Free Briefs Out Tomorrow!

Briefs for the January/February topic will be released tomorrow!

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Jan/Feb Topic Announced: Living Wage

Just governments ought to require that employers pay a living wage.

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Premier Scholars #2

We are excited to announce that our next $1000 scholarship will be awarded to the best performing non-senior in elimination rounds at the Apple Valley tournament. Previously Drew Burd of Westlake High School and Nolan Burdett of Dulles were awarded […]

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Announcing: Debate For All

Debate For All is an ongoing project to create a free public resource for learning LD.

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Briefs are Out!

We’re excited for the new Right to be Forgotten topic and we hope you’re excited to jumpstart your topic prep with our 205 page brief.

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November/December Briefs Released Tomorrow (10/29)!

I am excited to announce that our November/December briefs have been completed, and we will be emailing them out tomorrow. As with our September/October briefs these will be completely free of charge. To get the briefs sign up at premierdebate.com/briefs and they […]

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NSDA Announces New Topic: Right to be Forgotten

The NSDA released the November/December topic this morning and it reads: Resolved: The “right to be forgotten” from Internet searches ought to be a civil right.

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The Premier Debate Scholarship Award

Join us in congratulating the first winners of The Premier Debate Scholarship Award – Westlake’s Drew Burd and Dulles’s Nolan Burdett – based on their performance at the Greenhill Fall Classic.

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Weekend Preview: Loyola Invitational

This is the first installment of the Weekend Preview at the Loyola Invitational.

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You Pick the Brief!

There was an overwhelming response to our first brief installment last week, but in case you missed out, you can download them here. Next we’re putting out a file on a specific argument on the September/October topic. You can vote for which […]

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