Classroom Law Project


Classroom Law Project is an organization of individuals, educators, lawyers and civic leaders building strong communities in Oregon by teaching youth to be active and engaged citizens. During the 2015-16 school year, with the help of more than 650 volunteers, CLP provided interactive, timely and fun civic and law-related programs to more than 880 teachers and 63,000 students across the state.

Bottom Line for Portland

CLP’s strategic plan sets a goal of increasing the number of new educators enrolled in its programs by 10 percent over the prior year and increasing the number of current teachers implementing new programs by 15 percent, reaching an additional 5,000 or more students.

“Thanks for giving of your time and expertise. The support Classroom Law Project provides for civic education is an unparalleled contribution to our future. If only all teachers had the opportunity to experience…the programs you offer.” —Sadie Adams, Cleveland High School

Oregon Cultural Trust Nonprofit Partner

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