Diverse law students from the University of Colorado, University of Denver, and University of Wyoming are provided with a “first look” of offices of three legal organizations while networking with potential employers in a relaxed environment.
J2JD is an immersive program that offers diverse Colorado high school students an interactive experience with the legal profession. This one-week residential program provides students with a basic understanding of the legal system, empower them to explore the possibilities of a law career, and be encouraged to attend college, law school, and pursue legal opportunities in Colorado.
Multiple Dream Teams work on projects to encourage historically underrepresented groups to consider a career in the legal profession. Volunteers generally spend about 10 hours a year and build lasting relationships with attorneys, judges, law students, and other legal professionals. Current teams work with high school students, law students and even diverse attorneys considering the judiciary.