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gretI have over 20 years of experience providing workshops and professional-development sessions for youth, educators, and program staff seeking ways to incorporate civic- and law-related activities into their school or community-based programs. I currently co-direct CRF’s Civic Action Project (aka CAP), which is a web- and standards-based practicum for U.S. government classes. I am a native Angeleno and graduate of East L.A. and Occidental Colleges. In addition to my enduring love for the L.A. Dodgers, I enjoy exploring L.A.’s hiking and biking trails from the Pacific Coast Highway to Angeles Crest Highway. I look forward to working with teachers in your school or district to support your civic-engagement program needs!

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lauraHere at CRF, I am responsible for various law-related education and civic programs. I have 15 years of experience working in civic- and law-related education , as well as extensive experience with program design and implementation, curriculum development, and conducting teacher trainings and volunteer recruitment. I received my bachelor’s degree in psychology and social behavior, and criminology law and society from University of California, Irvine, and I received my law degree from University of Colorado, Boulder. I am also a licensed attorney in both Colorado and California. I love sports and I can be persuaded to do karaoke. I also hope to get a CRF softball team started up in the near future.

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davidMy work at CRF has afforded me 13 years of experience providing local, regional, and national trainings to youth, educators, and other professionals seeking ways to integrate civic- and law-related activities into their educational programs. I’m currently on the team for CRF’s. I also am responsible for filming and editing projects to help promote and showcase CRF programs. I have degrees in political science and history. I haven’t settled on a hobby, but have thus far enjoyed searching for one.

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Last week CRF hosted our annual Justice James A. Cobey Honors Reception at  Perch to celebrate CRF’s outstanding volunteers of Mock Trial and Project LEAD. The event was a success due to the turnout of guests, the presenters, and honorees. A special thank you to Christopher Paskach, CRF’s Board Chair, who expressed gratitude to all of CRF’s volunteers. Christopher Cobey, son of Justice James A. Cobey, presented the James A. Cobey Judge of the Year Award to the Honorable Gail Ruderman Feuer, in recognition of her contributions to CRF. Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey honored John Chang’s work with 5th grade students through Project LEAD. CRF Board member Dennis Franks spoke about CRF’s new Mock Trial Institute for under-resourced schools and accepted the Corporation of the Year Award on behalf of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. Erik Silber from the U.S. Attorney’s Office proudly accepted the Attorney of the Year Award and the Honorable Michael O’Gara from the Los Angeles County Superior Court accepted the Attorney Coach of the Year Award for his work with Clark Magnet High School.

As a CRF volunteer, we truly value your support and dedication to the young people we serve through our programs. We look forward to seeing you all in November for our 40th annual Los Angeles County Mock Trial Program. This year we are expecting over 160 Los Angeles area teams to participate and need to recruit 400 volunteers from the bar and bench. If you haven’t done so, please consider volunteering (and bring a friend!) to score a trial. For more information and to register, click here.

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