Denver Bar Association Volunteer Opportunities In addition to hosting several public clinics in Denver, the DBA has educational and community based opportunities. These opportunities include court tour volunteering in classrooms, the annual Veterans' Stand Down event, career days, and Law Day and Constitution Day activities. Contact: For more information, contact email@example.com or
call (303) 860-1115.
Denver Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) Court Appointed Special Advocates that represent the interests of children in legal proceedings. No experience needed but must attend the 40 hour CASA training and pledge 15-20 hours a month for at least 24 months.
Colorado Lawyers Committee Volunteers help determine significant legal issues, refer individuals to legal services, and answer questions about the legal process. Volunteers do not provide legal advice or representation and no expertise in a particular area of law is needed.
Hate Crimes Education Task Force: a two hour time commitment where you help give presentations at middle and high school’s. CLC provides the script for the presentation. Contact:Christine Snider, Hate Crimes Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org(Subject: Interest in CLC Hate Crimes Program)
Legal Nights Denver: First and Third Wednesday of each month at Centro San Juan Diego.
Legal Nights Greeley: Four times per year at Our Lady of Peace Church.
High School Mock Trial Several different volunteer opportunities available to assist with High School Mock Trial Program.
LYRIC: Learn Your Rights in Colorado The purpose of LYRIC (Learn your Rights in Colorado) is to teach youth about their Constitutional rights. Our programming aims to bring Constitutional law to life for juveniles in schools, juvenile justice facilities, and community settings. Through our philosophy and curriculum LYRIC aims to enable young people to become active and knowledgeable citizens who feel empowered to exercise their rights if they are contacted by the police. LYRIC teaches a fifty-five minute “Know Your Rights” curriculum that is the perfect accompaniment to high school civics curriculum. All LYRIC programming is taught by practicing attorneys or law students. To volunteer you must attend a free CLE, which is held yearly. After the CLE, you shadow three presentations before teaching on your own. LYRIC provides all the materials and always pairs up teachers. Contact: Email HELLO@LYRICOLORADO.ORG.
Our Courts Colorado Our Courts is a nationally recognized program that brings non-partisan informational programs to adult audiences to further public knowledge and understanding of the state and federal courts in Colorado. Our Courts began in 2007 as a joint activity of the Colorado Judicial Institute and the Colorado Bar Association. Constant with its purpose, Our Courts presentations and volunteer speakers take no position regarding any court case, legislation, ballot issue, or proposed change to the court system. Contact:For more information email@example.com.
Speakers needed for Constitutional and Colorado Law (DPS Classrooms) Community Resources provides resource catalogs (with more than 400 program topics) to the teachers and the teachers then choose programs that fit their curriculum. Community Resources connects volunteer community members with a particular skill set / knowledge base with classes that are looking to learn more. We currently have several requests (elementary and middle school) for Constitutional and Colorado law. Contact: Stephanie Stoetzer, Community Resources, Inc., Classroom Speakers Program Manager - In office part time, 720.424.6552 / main 720.424-2300.
Colorado Women's Bar Association • P.O. Box 1918 • Denver, CO 80201 Telephone (303) 831-1040 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org