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Volunteering

Our Public Legal Education (PLE) programmes are supported by 2,400 legal volunteers who collectively have given over 25,000 hours of their time to our projects. We offer a range of volunteering opportunities, ranging from experiential learning to one-off topic-based activities and discussions.

Mock Trials Volunteering

Join over 1,000 magistrates, barristers and other legal professionals to support young people participate in Mock Trials in real courtrooms, helping them learn about the criminal justice system.

SmartLaw Matching Service

SmartLaw matches lawyers with local schools to run one-off sessions about areas of the law and the legal system, from human rights to the laws about sexting and downloading music.

Writers Panels

Use your professional expertise and experience to help create new and update existing classroom resources and activities that support the advancement of public legal education.

Get your business involved

Citizenship Foundation works with over 50 international law firms, FTSE 100 companies and barristers’ chambers to provide opportunities to support public legal education in schools – from our well-established, fully brokered Lawyers in Schools programme – to bespoke classroom workshops.

Resources

Find, up-to-date, tried and tested, high quality, resources that will inspire young people, supporting them to become legally capable.

Fundraising Dinner

On Thursday 5th October 2017, we are holding our annual Citizenship Foundation Fundraising Dinner at the prestigious and historic Middle Temple Hall.

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