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The Chief Judge makes sure that a [[contest]] is run according to the [[Speech Contest Rulebook]].  The Chief Judge's role is described in that document.   
 
The Chief Judge makes sure that a [[contest]] is run according to the [[Speech Contest Rulebook]].  The Chief Judge's role is described in that document.   
  
Although audience members at a [[contest]] will normally not interrupt the proceedings, the Chief Judge will interrupt the [[contest]] as necessary to ensure the proper conduct of the [[conduct]].
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Although audience members at a [[contest]] will normally not interrupt the proceedings, the Chief Judge will interrupt the [[contest]] as necessary to ensure the proper conduct of the [[contest]].
  
 
A Chief Judge must have done Chief Judge training in order to serve.  Chief Judge training is typically done at [[LACE]].
 
A Chief Judge must have done Chief Judge training in order to serve.  Chief Judge training is typically done at [[LACE]].

Revision as of 11:39, 17 June 2016

The Chief Judge makes sure that a contest is run according to the Speech Contest Rulebook. The Chief Judge's role is described in that document.

Although audience members at a contest will normally not interrupt the proceedings, the Chief Judge will interrupt the contest as necessary to ensure the proper conduct of the contest.

A Chief Judge must have done Chief Judge training in order to serve. Chief Judge training is typically done at LACE.

In order to be a Chief Judge at a contest, the Rulebook lays out several requirements, including the completion of a minimum number of speeches.

The Chief Judge will normally be chosen by the contest organizer except in cases where the district or division already has a designated Chief Judge.

A Chief Judge will typically choose the voting judges and will choose a Tiebreaking Judge.