- Law and Civic Education – Huffington Post
- Global Youth Justice
- Insights: Role of Courts in Our Constitutional Democracy
- ABA Division for Public Education
- State Court Accessibility Resources
- American Bar Association
A Glimpse Ahead
Additions to YourLaw Client Newsletter
In mid April 2012, YourLaw custom client newsletter will launch a newly designed subscription system. Existing subscribers will be able to upload and review their law firm's logo on the cover of YourLaw and easily manage their account
Stay tuned for more information on the enhanced, hassle free YourLaw subscriber system.
National Civics and Law Academy
The second annual American Bar Association Commision on Civic Education in the Nation's Schools National Civics and Law Academy took place March 18-22 in Washington, DC. Twenty-Six high school students from around the nation experienced the trip of a lifetime thanks to generous sponsors and friends of the ABA.
View first hand accounts and photos from the academy in the next issue of Law Matters.
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