• The L.A.W. camp, which stands for Love to Learn, Apply Yourself, and Work for Justice, created for New Haven teens, was developed by Attorney Sung-ho Hwang and Judge Angela Robinson. The program provides teens with the opportunity to learn about the legal profession by working with law students, law professors, law clerks, practicing lawyers and judges, and includes a series of workshops, panel discussions and a mock trial. The teens are selected from LEAP’s Leaders-In-Training program.
  • Civics First is a private, non-profit association that promotes and conducts law-related education programs and projects in Connecticut’s public and private schools, courtrooms and communities. Its goal is the incorporation of citizenship education into the curriculum of all schools, from kindergarten through high school. Established in 1976, Civics First is co-sponsored by the active participation of a number of private and public groups throughout the state.
  • CHRO Kids’ Speak
    • CHRO hosts Kids’ Speak each year. The program brings together kids from across the state to discuss ways that the law impacts them, allows them the opportunity to speak out about issues that impact them and otherwise engage in the conversation around equality.
  • Marshall Brennan Constitutional Literacy Program
    • Bulkeley High School and UConn School of Law have partnered to create a MBP chapter in Hartford, CT. The program offers law students the opportunity to teach and high school students the opportunity to learn constitutional law and appellate advocacy.
  • Mock Trials
  • Debate Teams