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Donate Now for the ABA Division for Public Education


Help us foster a greater public understanding of law and its role in society by donating to the ABA Division for Public Education. With your contribution we can expand our efforts to educate, empower, and engage the public through law-related education programs, online educational materials, publications, and free public programs. Highlights of our ongoing initiatives include: 

National Civics & Law Academy:  Annual program brings high school students from underserved communities to Washington, D.C. for an in-depth look at the role of law and lawyers in our government.If you would like to donate a full NCLA scholarship for a student please click here.

Insights on Law and Society:  A magazine for civics, government, history and law high school teachers. Each issue provides lesson ideas and profiles educators and experts.

Preview of the United States Supreme Court Cases: Eight-issue publication provides expert analysis of all cases given plenary review by the Supreme Court, written in easy to understand language.

Silver Gavel Awards for Media and the Arts:  Annual award recognizing exceptional works in media and the arts that foster Americans’ understanding of our laws and legal system.

Law Day and Constitution Day:  Events are held for educators and students in Washington, D.C. and extensive educational materials are developed in print and online to assist schools, communities, and bar associations in their local program planning.

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The public service and educational programs of the ABA Division for Public Education receive funding through the ABA Fund for Justice and Education (FJE).  The FJE was created to accept gifts and grants to support the ABA’s public service work.  The FJE qualifies as an exempt fund under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and all contributions to the FJE are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.