A non-residential summer program for high school students, presented by the Lipscomb University Fred D. Gray Institute for Law, Justice & Society.
Each summer, Lipscomb University hosts high school students from across the country to participate in a weeklong camp that exposes students to various aspects of the legal profession.
Law Camp will offer:
- A week with other highly-motivated peers seeking careers in the legal arena
- Networking opportunities with attorneys, lobbyists, elected officials, law enforcement officers and corporate executives
- Recreational and networking activities such as legal movie nights, miniature golf, go-karts and other outings to Nashville attractions
- An opportunity to explore sports and entertainment law, healthcare law, social justice issues, the court system and the legislative process
- A chance to discover your own legal skills as you work on a mock case.
The Fred D. Gray Institute for Law, Justice, & Society Summer Law Camp is non-residential. We do not provide housing or transportation to and from Lipscomb's campus each day. We do provide transportation to sessions throughout the city, as well as food throughout the week.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT: Law Camp 2020 has been canceled based on the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and our federal, state and local health officials.
Contact Morgan DeLong for additional information or scholarship details. Please only apply for scholarship funds if you have already been accepted to Law Camp. All parts of the scholarship application should be mailed to:
Fred D. Gray Institute for Law, Justice & Society
One University Park Drive
Nashville, TN 37204