The annual minority pre-law day for 11th and 12th grade high school students is held in Montgomery and Birmingham, Alabama. Only a small percentage of students actually want to be a lawyer due to lack of exposure. This conference will allow the minority students to get the one on one exposure, have a mock trial, act as a juror, and become inspired to be attorneys. Visit www.alabar.org for more information.Insert Text Here
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