Today, six Harlan Institute volunteers visited schools in one state and one Canadian province, to provide lessons on Snyder v. Phelps and Schwarzenneger v. EMA. What an absolutely amazing experience. A very special thanks to Ilya Shapiro, Adam Aft, Cara Tucker, Charles Carrington, and Ken Berland for volunteering along with me.
After our pilot program, I am convinced this is the future of distant learning mentorship. Stay tuned for Harlan Classroom Connect, our platform to enable attorneys and law students to virtually connect with high school students nationwide. I will have some video of the sessions shortly, but enjoy these photos for now.