- Ohio High School Mock Trial
- Middle School Mock Trial
- Moot Court
- High School We the People
- Middle School We the People
- Youth for Justice
- Ohio Government in Action
- Law & Citizenship Conference
Ohio high school students argue an original case in real courtrooms across the state. Ohio’s Mock Trial program is among the largest in the nation.
Watch the following clip from the 2013 Showcase.
Moot Court focuses on the appellate court process: students present a simulated oral argument and respond to questions posed by a panel of volunteer judges.
This video will show you how to get started and learn about student benefits, hearing structure, scoring details, resources, and more.
An instructional program based on the history and principles of the United States constitutional democracy for middle school students, culminating in simulated congressional hearings.
Teams of middle school students throughout Ohio research problems of injustice in their schools and communities and work with elected officials, school boards, or school administrators to implement their solutions.
An annual two-day workshop specially designed to give teachers an insider’s view of state government.
The Ohio Center for Law Related Education is sponsored by the Supreme Court of Ohio, the Ohio State Bar Association, the Office of the Ohio Attorney General, and the ACLU of Ohio Foundation. Many of OCLRE’s programs are made possible in part by Grants from the Ohio State Bar Foundation. Special thanks to the Ohio State Bar Association and Court News Ohio for producing these videos!
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