Wyoming Judicial Learning CenterThe Wyoming Supreme Court has constructed a Judicial Learning Center within the current State Law Library.
The Center houses interactive exhibits that teach audiences about the importance and meaning of the Rule of Law.
Exhibits highlight Wyoming’s unique and significant contributions to our country’s legal system. Understanding the law can be difficult.
The Judicial Learning Center provides a fun and interactive environment to promote education about important legal concepts. Book a visit today!
iCivics is a web-based project designed to promote civic education and inspire students to be active participants in our democracy.
Promoted by retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, iCivics offers an array of free interactive games for students and
materials for teachers. Project Citizen is a curricular program promoting competent and responsible participation with government at all levels.
The program helps participants learn how to monitor and influence public policy while developing support for democratic values and principles, tolerance,
and feelings of political efficacy.
“You Be The Judge” is a free, interactive community outreach program designed to educate Wyoming citizens on the mission and responsibilities of the Wyoming judicial system. The program provides participants with a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the difficult decisions faced by Wyoming judges. Attendees learn how the Wyoming judicial system works, how judges are selected, and how the rule of law is applied. In addition, legal arguments are presented to the audience who are then asked to make a decision on the matter. Throughout the event participants are given the opportunity to ask questions and to weigh in on how they would rule on the case.