Teen attorneys are trained, volunteer teens who give their time at court sessions to help other youth by serving as prosecuting or defense attorneys. Teen Attorney Training is offered at least 3 times annually, at the beginning of each semester and the beginning of the summer.

If you'd like to reserve a space for Teen Attorney training: fill out a Teen Attorney Student and Parent consent form by , print it out, and then turn the completed form in to the Executive Director at your next jury duty.


 
 
Teen Attorneys
 
 (from left to right):
Xavier Salinas, Joshua Taylor, Monica Nag, Jasmine Olivas, Trisha Nag. 
(Not Shown)
Kristen Jones
 
 
 
Teen Attorneys Jasmine Olivas and Xavier Salinas review cases before court.
 
Teen Attorney Janessa Calderon accepting her certificate.
 
Teen Attorney Luz De La Rosa accepting her certificate.
 
 Teen Attorney Nevaeh Hernandez accepting her certificate.
 
 Teen Attorney Samantha Lann accepting her certificate.
 
Teen Attorney Julli Martinez accepting her certificate.