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Camp students are given the objective of re-imagining an actual legal case that resulted in an injustice. The objective is to imagine what change would result in a just result.
Camp students work in three work sessions during the camp (morning, afternoon, and evening) to achieve their justice objective.
Camp students are introduced to and repeatedly invited to practice restorative touchstones.
Camp students conclude the camp by publically presenting what they have imagined to create a more just courtroom result and restore justice to the broader community.
Developing restorative practices during the camp impacts camps students, staff, and the community around the camp. Our visions is for this experience to multiply across the United States and beyond. Facilitator guides and facilitation consulting are available to help other organizations establish Journey to Attorney in their community.