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UIL Speech & Debate Judge Interest Form

If you are interested in serving as a speech or debate judge at an invitational, district, regional, or state contest, please fill out and submit this form.

Please be aware that the information you provide on this form, including your name and contact information, will be publicly accessible on the UIL Speech Judges List.

IMPORTANT: This is NOT the required judging form for the CX Debate State Tournament! If you are fulfilling judging obligations for a school at CX State, or if you are a CONFIRMED UIL hired judge, click here to fill out the required state judging form. If you are interested in being a UIL hired judge but have not been contacted by the UIL office, please continue filling out this Judge Interest form so your credentials can be reviewed.

Spring 2017 Contest Dates

  • District 1: March 20-25
  • District 2: March 31 & April 1
  • Regional: April 7-8
  • State: May 22-23

    2017 CX Debate

    • District: January 2 - February 11
    • (There is no CX Regional meet.)
    • State: March 13-14, 17-18
    • Your Contact Information

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    • Your Speech and Debate Experience

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    • Your Judging Availability

    • Invitational District Regional CX State State Meet
    • CX LD Extemp Prose/Poetry
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      1 Austin/San Antonio
      2 Dallas/Ft. Worth
      3 Houston/Beaumont
      4 Rio Grande Valley
      5 Waco/Lufkin
      6 Wichita Falls/ Texarkana
      7 Panhandle
      8 Abilene/ Midland
      9 El Paso
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    • Your Judging Qualifications and Philosophy


    • Prose/Poetry Interpretation

      Extemporaneous Speaking

      Cross-Examination Debate

      Lincoln-Douglas Debate
    • Oral Interpretation

      Speech
      Theatre
      Combination
      Speech
      Theatre
    • CX Debate

      Policy Maker
      Stock Issues
      Tabula Rasa
      Other (please explain below)
      Communication skills are more important than resolution of substantive issues
      Resolution of substantive issues is more important than communication skills
      Communication skills and resolution of substantive issues are of equal importance
      Quantity of evidence is more important than quality of evidence
      Quality of evidence is more important than quantity of evidence
      Quantity of evidence and quality of evidence are of equal importance
    • LD Debate

      Communication skills are more important than resolution of substantive issues
      Resolution of substantive issues is more important than communication skills
      Communication skills and resolution of substantive issues are of equal importance
    • Additional Comments

    IMPORTANT: Please scroll back through and verify that you have entered all information correctly AND completely BEFORE clicking Submit. You will not be able to make further changes after you click Submit. Please click Submit only once.