Students Visit Judge Moore's Courtroom

The Honorable Lauren C. Moore hosted several student groups, ranging from grade school to post-secondary school, on recent visits to the Cleveland Municipal Court.

On Wednesday, October 25, 2017 two groups of high school juniors and seniors from Shaw High School and Villa Angela-St. Joseph High School visited the Greater Cleveland Drug Court on a field trip for their Street Law class.  Street Law provides practical  information  and  problem  solving  opportunities  for  students through a survey of  the  legal  system  including an introduction  to  law,  criminal  and  juvenile  justice,  torts, consumer law, family law, and individual rights and liberties. Case studies, simulations, guest speakers, and a field trip to the Justice Center are among class activities.

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On Thursday, November 16, 2017 University School instructor Nate Burch brought his 8th grade Civics class to Judge Moore's courtroom where she and Court Reporter Tanya Gibson fielded a variety of questions involving the law and court operations. In addition to visiting various courtrooms in the Justice Center, Mr. Burch's class visited the Carl B. Stokes Federal Courthouse Building. Cleveland State University undergraduate student Cydney Kimbrough also visited this same day to interview Judge Moore for her Women in Crime sociology class which provides an overview of issues surrounding women and crime as offenders, victims, and criminal justice system professionals.

Contact:  Ed Ferenc, Public Information Officer                                   
Cleveland Municipal Court
216 664 6787 / 216 789 2597
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