Saturday March 24, 2012
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Saturday March 24, 2012
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H. Carl Moultrie Courthouse
500 Indiana Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Metro - Red Line
Judiciary Square Station
10 minute walk
F Street exit (4th Street is closed on the weekends)
Metro - Green and Yellow Line
Archives - Navy Memorial - Penn Quarter
5 minute walk
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District of Columbia Superior Court
The Litigation Section of the District of Columbia Bar
2012 Youth Law Fair
Saturday, March 24, 2012
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9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
- Courtroom and Holding Cell Tours
- Teen Participation in Criminal and Civil Mock Trials
- Youth Speak-Out Sessions
- Exhibit Hall
- Lunch Provided
- Multimedia Interactive Activities
- Door Prizes
- Bring your cameras!
Student (6th - 12th grades)
This free event is sponsored by the Superior Court of the District of Columbia and the Litigation Section of the District of Columbia Bar.
In Cosponsorship with
The Antitrust and Consumer Law Section
The Corporation, Finance and Securities Law Section
The Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Section
The Family Law Section
The Intellectual Property Law Section
The Law Practice Management Section
The Taxation Section
Questions? Call 202-626-3455 or e-mail email@example.com
*District of Columbia Bar Youth Law Fair Volunteer Policy
Individual volunteer efforts are a vital and valuable part of the Youth Law Fair program. We value volunteers’ time, dedication and commitment.
A volunteer is defined as "any person who donates approved service without pay or reimbursement."
Who Can Volunteer for the Youth Law Fair?
D.C. Bar members, staff and their immediate family members
D.C. Bar Youth Law Fair exhibitors and their staff
D.C. Bar Youth Law Fair committee members
Any parent attending the Youth Law Fair with his or her child
Any licensed lawyer who provides proof of membership in his/her state Bar other than the D.C. Bar
Any judge, clerk, intern or staff memberof the D.C. Court of Appeals, U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Law students from law schools located in the District of Columbia