What: No Courts, No Justice, No Freedom
Where: Boston Public Schools K-12
Who: Lawyer Volunteers from Boston Bar
When: May 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Highlighting the importance of courts, justice, and
freedom in a three day celebration of Law Day, lawyers will donate their time to
lead mock trials and interactive presentations on the First Amendment and the
Constitution. They are expected to reach 685 students, a record high since this
BBA public service initiative began in 1986. The curriculum for this program has
been developed by alums of the Boston Bar Association's Public
Interest Leadership Program.
Funded by the Boston Bar Foundation, this public service initiative began
in 1986 introducing students to the legal profession and the role the law has
played in shaping our constitutional democracy.
Member of the press looking to attend a session should contact Bonnie
Sashin at email@example.com. Lawyers
who are interesting in volunteering can click
or contact Stephanie
Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.