First Place: The Virginia State Bar Young Lawyers Conference
Through their Oliver Hill/Samuel Tucker Pre-Law Institute, high school students get a week-long no cost opportunity to be introduced to the legal profession through seminars, mock trials, mock classes, and meetings with educators, practitioners, judges and jurists, all of which culminates in the students putting on a mock trial of their own.
Second Place: The Alabama State Bar Young Lawyers Section
The Young Lawyers Section of the Alabama State Bar's Minority Pre-Law Conference, a day-long program held in four cities throughout the state, educates students of color about the legal profession through a mock trial, panel discussions, breakout sessions, as well as keynote addresses delivered by some of the state’s most accomplished judges and jurists.
Third Place: The Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division
The Kentucky Bar Association Young Lawyers Division's “Why Choose Law” program is aimed at encouraging students of diverse backgrounds to become lawyers and practice in Kentucky.