Law Day is over 60 years old but its mission remains the same: held annually on May 1, it is a national day set aside to celebrate the rule of law.
Past Law Day Themes included celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment, the Constitution in Times of Change, and Advancing the Rule of Law….
This year’s Law Day theme is a bit alliterative – “Cornerstones of Democracy: Civics, Civility, and Collaboration.” – and includes programs by the ABA, Library of Congress, and the National Constitutional Center…
And be sure to check out the 46 page pamphlet on Cornerstones of Democracy — a great guide for any citizen on such topics as voting rights, establishing conversational norms, Civil Conversation prompts, and ways to be civically engaged everyday.
Don’t let Law Day 2023 pass unobserved — become engaged by checking out all of the ABA programs offered…..& make this the year that you are more fully engaged as a citizen.
For print & eBooks , records & briefs, ProQuest Congressional, LLMC, and The New York Law Journal going back to the beginning….
It’s ALL included with NYLI membership… considering joining today .