Lawyers in the Classroom Information Session & Training

For over 30 years, the Edward J. Lewis II Lawyers In the Classroom program has placed attorney and law student volunteers into 2nd-8th grade classrooms to help students to better understand the U.S. Constitution, our legal system, and law-related careers.


DePaul law students interested in participating in the program are invited to attend an informational volunteer training session. The streamlined one-hour session equips volunteers with teaching techniques to impart the program's lessons to the students. Following the training, volunteers will be partnered with teachers in 2nd-8th grade classrooms, and using the curriculum, will teach students their Constitutional Rights and their rights and responsibilities under the law. Volunteers are typically asked to visit the same class three times in a year.


Lunch will be provided.


To RSVP, e-mail Lauren Worsek at

Thursday, January 23 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Lewis Center, 901
25 E Jackson Blvd


College of Law, Center for Public Interest Law, (All) College of Law, Pro Bono & Community Service Initiative

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