Law and Leadership Institute

Last week the Law and Leadership Institute (LLI), a year-long program that engages Dayton-area high school students that have an interest in law or legal careers, wrapped up its summer session with a mock trial held here at the School of Law before Judge Michael Newman and Judge Mary Kate Huffman '90. More than 20 local 9th grade students participated. The program, which counted 65 total students from grades 9-12, is led by Professor Maureen Anderson with the assistance of several UDSL students leading classes: Mali Khantrece and Timothy Campbell, 11th/12th grade instructors; Jeremy Lee and Jaymesha Williamson, 10th grade instructors; Leonardo Acoff and Kesha Brooks, 9th grade instructors; Michaelle Avant, site coordinator.  In addition to classroom sessions, the LLI students met with attorneys and judges from the region.  The LLI students did an amazing job at the mock trial and we congratulate them on their hard work.
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