LAW 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.
The program was founded by Hon. Angela C. Robinson, now of Wiggin and Dana LLP, and Sung-Ho Hwang of the Law Offices of Sung-Ho Hwang LLC, in 2011. LAW Camp originated in New Haven and the CBA hopes to expand the program to New Britain and Hartford in 2019.
For more information about participating in LAW Camp, contact Carol DeJohn at firstname.lastname@example.org or (860)612-2000.