Work with federal judges in their courtrooms or team up with students in classrooms to apply Supreme Court precedents to realistic, teen situations.
Apply landmark Supreme Court cases to contemporary scenarios related to the five pillars of the First Amendment and your rights to freedom of religion, speech, press, assembly, and petition.
Apply landmark Supreme Court cases to contemporary scenarios related to search and seizure issues at your school, in your car, and your home.
During the 150th anniversary year of the 14th Amendment, take a look at the evolution of Title IX, which prohibits sex discrimination in educational programs and activities.
What are the U.S. Courts of Appeals and what is their role? These courts are the last word in the vast majority of cases heard in federal courts. Learn more about the U.S. Courts of Appeals.
Students practice civil discourse skills and evidence-based decision making while dealing with teen-relevant issues in realistic courtroom simulations. Judges preside and volunteer attorneys coach the students.
Financial firsts in the lives of young people can become financial pitfalls. Explore this activity to discuss life skills needed to navigate personal finances successfully.