Youth liaison for the government representative to the court
It may help things run more smoothly, and may even help a government feel more willing to participate and cooperate, if the YCC team assigns someone to be the friendly contact person for the government representative who will be participating in the trial. The government representative will certainly have questions and if there is one person on the YCC team assigned to help them with answers and guidance, it may ease their minds and facilitate the whole process.
Media organizer (for news reporters, bloggers, social media, etc)
The more people who are made aware of the trial the more powerful will be its effectiveness. That means local newspapers, radio and tv stations, bloggers and other social media producers will want to know about the trial. So it will be important to have someone on the team whose whole job will be to organize publicity for the trial, letting local media know about it ahead of time and keeping them updated throughout the lead-up to the trial, during the trial and including trial follow-up as well.
Newspapers and radio and tv outlets that make free Public Service Announcements may be able to announce the upcoming trial for no charge. Putting posters up in store windows on local bulletin boards, in libraries and in places of worship will help too.
The team may want to live-stream the trial too and video-record it for others to view later. Having a video-archive of the trial will be useful to future Youth Climate Court teams too, so they can view and learn from this trial. That means it will be important to have someone on the team assigned to the job of organizing and conducting the live-streaming and recording of the tribunal so everyone else involved with the trial can focus on their own roles and won’t have to worry about making sure all the electronics are working.
Adult advisor or mentor?
The team may decide that it would be useful to have a teacher, professor, mentor, attorney or other adult professional involved in the planning process to offer advice when needed, to help navigate certain practical details and to help ease the path if the YCC team runs into snags. Snags are just part of the process and will almost certainly happen along the way. Each snag presents an opportunity for the YCC team to engage its creativity and improvise ways to work around those snags and make the whole trial even more effective.