A LAMDL debate tournament is a rigorous academic competition. In teams of two, our students argue for and against public policy proposals on issues ranging from science to economics to politics and government. For many, tournaments are a rare opportunity to connect intellectually with their peers and to have their ideas about important issues considered seriously by adults. Such an experience has a powerful effect on a student’s self-esteem and interest in education. Attending our tournaments as a judge is a great way to help our students and the league!

2021-22 Tournaments

LAMDL will continue to serve students during the new school year in order to maintain competition and community while social distancing. Whether we return to in person events or remain online will be determined by state, county, city, and district mandates.

We will be hosting our tournaments on Tabroom.com. In order to participate as a competitor or judge you will need to make an account on Tabroom.com.

Ready for your First Tournament?

Here's a guide to creating a Tabroom.com Account.