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Established in 1989, the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education (OCLRE) is among the largest state law-related education programs in the United States, with the participation of teachers and students from more than 70 Ohio counties and more than 1,500 volunteers annually. From its original inception as Ohio Mock Trial to its present-day expansion, OCLRE continues to empower citizens with an understanding of our democratic system and bring citizenship to life.

OCLRE pro­vides several pro­grams fo­cused on: 

  1. Imparting practical law-related information to students and teachers,
  2. Developing problem-solving and critical thinking skills for students, and
  3. Providing positive engagement between students and the community.

 

 

Upcoming Events

Tue
24
2024
September 24, 2024

Mock Trial Conference

Thomas J. Moyer Ohio Judicial Center

Tue
19
2024
November 19, 2024

Constitution Camp

TBD

Fri
17
2025
January 17, 2025

High School Mock Trial - District Competition

Ohio District Sites

Fri
31
2025
January 31, 2025

High School We the People State Competition

Ohio Statehouse

Fri
7
2025
February 7, 2025

High School Mock Trial - Regional Competition

Ohio Regional Sites

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