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UIL Speech Judges

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Lindsay Beaton

Current high school:

Currently coaching?: No


Number of years coached:

Number of tournaments judged: 0

High school attended:
Texas City High School

Graduated high school: 2010

Participated in high school: Yes

Participated in college: No

Judging qualifications:
I have done exempt, CX, and prose/poetry in high school for four years, and was speech and debate captain my Junior and Senior year of high school and won many debates and rounds.

Judging Philosophy


Rounds judged: 0
Judging approach: Policy Maker
Policy priority: Communication skills and resolution of substantive issues are of equal importance
Evidence philosophy: Quantity of evidence and quality of evidence are of equal importance
Paradigm: My biggest paradigms are topicality and significance. If the affirmative argument is not topical or significant then it is immediately irrelevant to me. Solvency and Harms are the things that I want the Negative side to attack on the affirmatives case the most, because it is the hardest thing for them to attack, that shows a good Negative team.


Rounds judged: 0

Contact Information

cell: 409 5398455

Availability Information

Meet types:
Invitational District Regional CX State State Meet

Qualified for:


Region of residence:

I will travel to: 1 2 5