law camp logoLAW Camp exposes high school students to the legal profession and gives them instruction on critical and analytical thinking to help them succeed in their educational and professional careers. The week-long camp includes court visits, panel discussions, advocacy training, and preparing for a mock court case.

Attorneys can volunteer to answer questions and guide the students as they learn the techniques and skills necessary to effectively present their case in mock court.


LAW Camp 2020


Information about LAW Camp 2020 will be announced in Spring 2020.

For more information about volunteering for LAW Camp, contact Tanya Gaul or (860)612-2022.



LAW Camp News

  • 2019 L.A.W. Camp students from Hartford and New Britain with Connecticut Supreme Court Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson. 2019 L.A.W. Camp for High School Students

    Monday, August 5, 2019

    The CBA’s 2019 L.A.W. Camp consisted of two, week-long camps in New Haven, Hartford, and New Britain from July 8-19. This camp exposes high school students to the legal profession and gives them instruction on critical and analytical thinking to help them succeed in their educational and professional careers.
  • LAW Camp campers outside of the Richard C. Lee United States Courthouse in New Haven. CBA Hosts LAW Camp for High School Students

    Wednesday, July 18, 2018

    The CBA hosted LAW Camp 2018 for high school students at law firms and courtrooms in New Haven during the week of July 9-13.