Dialogues on Freedom


Dialogues on Freedom

(Los Angeles County Bar Association)

Each year, a committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) develops, promotes, and administers discussions in high school classrooms throughout Los Angeles County on the constitutional civil liberties and values fundamental to the American system of government. Founded following the tragic events of September 11, 2001, and to honor Constitution Day, the materials are revised yearly in light of current events and issues. Dialogues are conducted by teams of volunteer lawyers and judges. The program reaches over 50 classrooms in 19 schools throughout Los Angeles County, and is a true collaboration with the courts. Visit the LACBA website and learn more about Dialogues on Freedom.

Volunteer today for a visit to a local classroom this spring!


Get Involved

Attorneys, judges, and law students join a team of volunteers to lead a dialogue in a local classroom.

Educators register to have a team of volunteers visit your school.