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UIL Speech Judges

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Jason Bradberry

Current high school:

Currently coaching?: No


Number of years coached:

Number of tournaments judged: 0

High school attended:
Jim Ned HS

Graduated high school: 1990

Participated in high school: Yes

Participated in college: No

Judging qualifications:
Debated in high school and currently referee high school volleyball and basketball. Interested in giving back to an activity I enjoyed in high school and gave me great skills I have used my entire life.

Judging Philosophy


Rounds judged: 0
Judging approach: Policy Maker
Policy priority: Communication skills and resolution of substantive issues are of equal importance
Evidence philosophy: Quality of evidence is more important than quantity of evidence
Paradigm: My judging paradigm is a mix of policy and stock issues. Issues need to have a clear and thoughtfullogic to them that supports the policy. In the end, policy has the greater impact on real-life decision making and thus carries the greater weight. That weight though is based in stock issues.


Rounds judged: 0
Approach: Communication skills and resolution of substantive issues are of equal importance
My LD judging philosophy is that of a lawyer trying to persuade a jury. Communication is vital but without substantive issues the best speaker can't win.

Contact Information

cell: 817 7293946
office: 214 4263400

Availability Information

Meet types:
Invitational District Regional CX State State Meet

Qualified for:


Region of residence:

I will travel to: 2 5 6