HIGH SCHOOL YOUTH JUDICIAL PROGRAM
The goal of the Judicial Program is to expose Georgia high school students to the formal judicial process through pre-trial analysis, discovery, brief writing, and the presentation of a trial to a court of judges. The program promotes leadership through the appointment of a Associate Youth Justices, and typically a Chief Justice and the use of practicing attorneys who not only judge the students, but also serve as mentors. The Judicial Program also promotes collaboration and compromise through the use of teams of attorneys and teams of judges working together to accomplish their goals.
SCHOOL CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FORM