BBA President Joins Brighton Students to Celebrate Law Day

BBA President Paul T. Dacier handed medals out to the students as a reward for their  hard work on their posters and essays.

BBA President Paul T. Dacier handed medals out to the students as a reward for their hard work on their posters and essays.

Every year, May 1st marks the official celebration of Law Day—a day to reflect upon the importance of law and the justice system in the United States and to educate young people about how law affects society. BBA President Paul Dacier headed back to Brighton Municipal Court again this year to take part in the annual Law Day celebrations with First Justice David Donnelly, Honorable Patricia Bernstein, and Brighton elementary school students. Students participated in a poster and essay contest on the Law Day theme of “Why Every Vote Matters.”

For a first-hand look at the day’s event from Paul’s perspective, check out Dacier’s Take on…Law Day Celebrations in Brighton’s Municipal Court

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Posted on May 8, 2014, in Law Day in the Schools and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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