So, you're 18 now...A survival guide for young adults: Rights & responsibilities
The CBA Public Legal Education Department updates a booklet each year about Rights and Responsibilities. A speaker can be provided to speak on the topics in this booklet. This program is designed to give some basic information on new rights and responsibilities you have when you turn 18. Topics discussed: Citizenship, Where you Live, Family Law, Estate Planning, On the Job, You're Under Arrest, On the Road, Consumer Credit.
Civil Rights, Military Draft, Slavery, Colonists Secession from England, Boston Tea Party, Government, Diplomacy, Laws of War, Bill of Rights, Constitutional Rights, Constitutional Amendments, Voting, ADA, Single Sex Public Education, Marbury v. Madison (constitutional crisis to the 27th Amendment).
Professionally related law
Business Restructuring/Formation, Computer/IT, Intellectual Property, Credit/Banking/Consumer Laws, Education, Economics, Entertainment, Media, Real Estate, International Trade & Customs, Insurance, Environmental/Natural Resources, Human Resources, Business Crimes, Trade Regulation, Criminal Law, Personal Injury, Creditor’s Rights and Credit Card Debt, Litigation, Probate/Wills & Trusts