Lawyers in the Classroom
Request a Lawyer to Speak to Your Students
The Oklahoma Bar Association through its Law-related Education Department has been a long time proponent of civics education in the schools. With the inclusion of citizenship as an area of emphasis in the newly adopted Oklahoma Academic Standards, now is a great time to request an attorney speaker. Lawyers in your community are available to teach civics lessons and assist with citizenship activities.
Attorneys are available to assist with:
- Constitution Day
- Freedom Week
- Career Day
- Civics Lessons
Educators in Oklahoma County who wish to request a guest speaker, please contact Pam Bennett, LRE Coordinator at the Oklahoma County Bar Association, at 405-235-4399. Educators in Tulsa County who wish to request a guest speaker, please contact Kevin Cousins, Executive Director at the Tulsa County Bar Association, at 918- 584-5243. Complete the request form below to request a speaker for your event.
Lawyers in the Classroom Speaker Request Form
Attorneys in the Classroom Pilot Program
Fall 2014, a new Law-related Education Program, Attorneys in the Classroom, is being launched in 9 counties. This program matches attorneys with schools to assist with civic education programs during the year. The targeted events are Constitution Day, Freedom Week, and Law Day.
If your school is in one of the pilot counties: Canadian, Carter, Custer, Garfield, Murray, Pontotoc, Pottawatomie, Tillman, and Washington, and your school would like to participate, complete, and return the form below:
Attorney Partnership Request
If you are an attorney and would like to volunteer to serve at a school in your community download, complete, and return the form below:
Attorney Sign-up Form
The new Oklahoma Academic Standards emphasize career, college, and citizenship. Presentations and activities provided by attorney volunteers are designed to incorporate these objectives.