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Courtroom to Classroom

The Courtroom to Classroom program is offered in partnership with the Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF). Judicial officers and lawyers visit 8th and 11th grade U.S. History classrooms throughout Los Angeles County twice a year to present lessons that are part of the prescribed California History Social Science standards for U.S. history. On each visit, the team presents a slide show prepared by CRF about an aspect of the Constitution and its place in United States history. The students then participate in a mock argument on a U.S. Supreme Court case concerning issues of interest to students. This program offers students an opportunity to interact personally with judicial officers and lawyers, and to learn about constitutional issues and the role of lawyers and judicial officers.

For more information, contact Nancy Sanchez at or call (213) 316-2109.

Art Showcased in
Los Angeles Courthouse Jury Rooms
"Little Red Ball" by Pebbla Wallace
2009 – Juror’s Choice Award

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