- Outstanding Public Programs (audience less than 10,000)
- Outstanding Public Programs (audience 10,000-50,000)
- Outstanding Public Programs (audience greater than 50,000)
- Outstanding School Programs (school/district less than 10,000 students)
- Outstanding School Programs (school/district more than 10,000 students)
Entrants may submit for up to two categories but may win in only one category.
Any individual, group, or organization that implements a Law Day program is eligible to enter.
How to Enter
Entries are submitted via an online entry form.
The entry form allows submissions of the following under the following conditions:
· Contact information for entry
· Activity Narrative (not to exceed 300 words)
- Work Products may be linked to or uploaded (up to 5 links or file uploads)
- Press releases
- White papers
- Exhibition websites
- Supporting Materials may be linked to or uploaded (up to 10 pages, submit via one link or file upload)
- Articles about your activity
- Letters of support and thanks, etc.
- Activity Photographs (up to 10 photos, submit via one link or file upload)
- Describe your program, its impact on the audience, and any effect it has beyond Law Day
Submissions are judged on the following criteria:
- How well the activity expands public awareness of the rule of law
- How well the entry highlights the Law Day theme, or another substantive theme
- How well the program engages the target audience(s)
- How well the program forged partnerships with community groups, schools, and the legal community
- Quality and innovation of the program
- If there is an impact beyond Law Day
Award winners receive an official letter statement of award from the American Bar Association, and a discount code to be used on the following year’s Law Day merchandise in the ABA webstore.
Entries must be emailed by 11:59 PM (PDT) by July 31, 2021.
Questions? Email email@example.com.