Hardee & Hardee, LLP Sponsors NCAJ High School Mock Trial Program

The North Carolina Association for Justice (NCAJ) is preparing for a new season of its popular High School Mock Trial Program, operated by the Carolina Center for Civic Education (CCCE). Hardee & Hardee, LLP in Greenville is excited to be able to once again act as a sponsor for this incredible program.

The future of America and its laws literally rests on each young generation of students interested in becoming lawyers, judges, and other legal professionals. The High School Mock Trial Program engages their inquiring minds and challenges them to rise to the occasion in a mock courtroom, just as if they were representing a client as a professional attorney. In short, the NCAJ and its mock trial programs have long been the foundation of up-and-coming generations of attorneys and law firms throughout North Carolina.

Our sponsorship helps cover various expenses related to the arrangement and management of the regional competitions. For example, sponsors help provide printed materials, awards, and even delicious breakfasts for the high school students the day of their mock trial. It feels amazing to be able to give to such an important, inspiring cause. May all the children in the NCAJ High School Mock Trial Program find success as the future lawyers of America!

Would you like to know more about the NCAJ and its mock trial competitions, you can click here to visit the organization’s official website. To learn about Hardee & Hardee and our Greenville, North Carolina personal injury attorneys, please feel free to contact us at any time. Do you have an injury claim of your own and need help? Call (252) 966-0044 to arrange a free consultation.


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