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The 2016 Law & Citizenship Conference will be held
Sunday Sept 18 – Monday September 19
Our 26th Annual Law & Citizenship Conference theme will be
“Democracy in Action: Teaching Students about the 2016 Election”
To ensure full consideration, please submit your proposal by Friday, July 15. Accepted presenters will receive 1 free day of registration for the conference (mock trial case file not included). Proposals will be reviewed on a rolling basis, and evaluated on how well they meet the conference theme, their connection to OCLRE’s mission and vision, and alignment with state standards. For questions, please contact email@example.com.
The Law & Citizenship Conference is an annual statewide gathering of teachers, professors, lawyers, and other civic and law-related education professionals who come together to share curriculum, effective teaching strategies, best practices, and the latest hot topic issues important to teachers. The Conference features interactive and engaging workshops for teachers of civics, government, law and related subjects, complete with ready-to-use lessons and resources. Teachers leave the Conference prepared to spark lively classroom discussions and strengthen students' analytical skills. A great way to start the school year with new content, lessons and ideas!
Our sincere thanks to all presenters, attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors for making the 25th Annual Law & Citizenship Conference a success!
Questions can be referred to Ryan Suskey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-485-3506.
Watch this two-minute video about the Law & Citizenship Conference from 2013