Below are examples of the types of summer youth opportunities provided by or in conjunction with UofL. This list is provided as a service to the community and is not to be considered an exhaustive list. Please check this page regularly as more summer programs are added.
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The Summer Law Institute (SLI) is a seven-day, residential program for high school students interested in the law and the legal profession. Students will spend the week at the Brandeis School of Law participating in workshops taught by attorneys, judges and law professors. They will learn the fundamentals of trial procedure, discuss important legal and social issues and study how the law affects their lives. In the evenings, students will work with the Bellarmine University Mock Trial Team to prepare for a mock trial on the last day of the program. Local judges will preside over the mock trial in which students act as attorneys and witnesses. Field trips during the week include visits to the state and federal courthouses and to Bellarmine University. During the program, students will reside in U of L campus housing and the SLI will provide all meals. Note: Because we are only able to accept a limited number of students each year, if we receive more applications than we can accommodate, we will give preference to students entering their junior or senior year.
Location - Brandeis School of Law
For more information contact: Lea Hardwick, 502-583-5314
*Updated for 2022
Our Social Justice Youth Camp operates for one week of exploring truth as participants (grades 4-12) develop into social justice warriors for self and society! This year's summer camp will explore topics of diversity, inclusion, equity, and justice all while engaging with community peers and staff from the University of Louisville. We hope to build a community of youth who are students for activism, striving for advocacy, screaming for action.
Date of camp: July 25-29, 2022
Location: Belknap Campus
Contact: Nubia Bennett, 502.852.6390