Democracy, civics and active participation in the community are not things with which we are born — they must be learned.

Which is why Classroom Law Project brings vital and engaging civics and law-related education programs into Oregon schools, teaching students at all grade levels the values and skills essential to being a participating citizen in our democracy. Each year, our innovative, timely, practical and fun programs involve and inspire over 400 teachers and 24,000 students from  250 schools in 75 Oregon communities.  We are fortunate to partner with Lewis and Clark Law School.

Production Credit: Melissa Powers from In-House Productions. 


WTP16-451LoRes First Place Lincoln High School and Runner Up Grant High School to Travel to DC For Nationals.

List of Teams by Place (& color code):

1. Lincoln (Salmon)
2. Grant (pink)
3. Lake Oswego (tan)
4. Central Catholic (purple)
5. Franklin (gray)
6. Wilson (yellow)

We SO are proud of all the teams that participated this year.

For a full story of the championship, click here.
For a gallery of photographs from the event, click here.
Read an article about third place finisher, Lake Oswego High School in the Lake Oswego Review!

CLP 2014-15 Annual Report

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We are proud of the work we accomplished during the 2014-15 year. A big thank you to our wonderful community of students, teachers, volunteers and supporters who helped to make it all possible.

Check it out!

Weekly Current Events

February 2 – Polling, Primaries, and Politics!

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Registration is live for the 2016 Legal Citizen of the Year Award Dinner & Benefit honoring the Honorable Thomas A. Balmer, Chief Justice of the Oregon Supreme Court. Mark your calendars and be sure to reserve a seat or table today!

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