They don't come around often . . . appellate volunteer opportunities!
The Hawaii Supreme Court will be holding its next Courts in the Community oral argument at Mililani High School on December 4, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. The Court and the HSBA have put out a call for attorney volunteers for the program. Attorneys are needed to work with teachers and students to understand the case prior to oral arguments.
Volunteers will attend an orientation this month on October 29, 2014 at 4:30 at the Mililani High School library where they will be provided with all the information they need to know prior to meeting with their students. Thereafter, volunteers meet with their students twice -- once to explain the case and a second time to conduct a moot court. Attendance at the oral argument is encouraged, but not required.
Available schools needing volunteers include: Mililani HS, Aiea HS, Moanalua HS, Radford HS, Leilehua HS, Waialua High, and Ho’ala School.
This is not only a unique opportunity for the volunteer attorneys, but one for the high school students also!
Volunteer attorneys will also be invited to attend a post-oral argument luncheon with the Hawaii Supreme Court justices.
Join us for the exciting and educational event!
If you are interested, please email this blogger at firstname.lastname@example.org