In 1961, Congress passed a resolution designating May 1st of each year as Law Day. In most states, Law Day activities occur sometime during the first week in May. The most frequent activity is to have an attorney speak to a class. The American Bar Association develops lesson plans each year to be used by visiting attorneys. Delaware also has materials on a variety of topics that are available for use. The Supreme Court of Delaware, the Administrative Office of the Courts and members of Delaware's Bar coordinate the program.
Delaware's Law Day in the Schools Program is endorsed by the Supreme Court of Delaware and the Department of Education. Over the past several years, the Delaware Law Related Education Center (DELREC) has expanded Law Day from May 1 and now it May 1 - May 6, 2014.
The theme and a lesson for visiting attorneys to use will be posted later in the year.
Additional plans may be found at the Law Day website.