Women in Law to host annual Girl Scout Mock Trial Program

A photo of three members of the Women in Law student organization sitting at a table in the Worrell Professional Center.

Wake Forest School of Law’s Women in Law student organization is hosting its annual Girl Scout Mock Trial Program over the next month for all interested girls, grades 8-12, in the surrounding community.

“This is a great opportunity for high school age girls to learn a new skill, connect with potential mentors, and to bolster their resumes and college applications,” says Women in Law’s Hannah McGee (JD ’18). “We hope that you will share the following information with anyone in your family or community that may be interested in participating.”The registration form contains program details, dates and times.

A special guest judge from the community will preside over the final mock trial and a small reception will follow. Participants will earn a badge for completing the program. If you have any questions about the program, please contact Hannah McGee via email at mcgehi15@wfu.edu or by phone (910) 512-2249.

Women in Law was founded to help students identify and face problems and issues that exist for women in the legal profession and in the law itself. The organization is open to both men and women and has various activities, including seminars, speakers, and social activities.