Volunteers

Explore impactful virtual and in-person Law-Related Education volunteer opportunities that support the Arizona Bar Foundation’s mission of "Promoting Access to Justice for all Arizonans." From preparing Arizona youth for civic responsibility, to empowering the next generation through law-related education, your contributions can make a lasting impact on students across the state.

To learn more about these programs and join our network of legal professionals, educators, and community members dedicated to making a difference, click “See More” below or email Marie.Ehlers@azflse.org. Thank you for considering volunteer opportunities with the Arizona Bar Foundation.

American Civics Education
We the People
December & January

Volunteers judge students as they present statements in this mock congressional hearing.

American Civics Education
High School Mock Trial
March & May

Students participate in a mock trial and learn about the legal system from judges and attorneys.

American Civics Education
Project Citizen Showcase
March & May

Students research a problem in their community and attempt to resolve it through public policy.

American Civics Education
CSI Arizona
May

CSI Arizona provides students the opportunity to develop skills through crime scene analysis.

American Civics Education
Connecting with Classrooms
September 16 - 20

Attorneys or judges present about the Constitution and law to Arizona classrooms, chosen from list of requests

American Civics Education
High School Mediation
November 21

Volunteer attorneys judge student's understanding of mediation and the role it plays in the practice of law.

Other Opportunities

Other Opportunities

The Arizona Bar Foundation (which administers the LawForKids.org website) has other volunteer opportunties including Wills for Heroes. Click the button for more information.