Stacie L. Provencher and Kelly A. Scott Selected to Serve on the Connecticut Judicial Branch’s Civics Academy
Pullman & Comley Family Law attorneys Stacie L. Provencher and Kelly A. Scott have been selected to serve on the first-ever Connecticut Judicial Branch Civics Academy, which consists of approximately 12 judges and 12 attorneys.
In collaboration with the State Department of Education and Connecticut Bar Association, the Connecticut Judicial Branch is launching the program to educate fifth-grade students about their role and responsibilities in a democratic society. The judges and attorneys will present a 50-minute interactive lesson about the courts, our democracy, and their role in it.
Chief Justice Richard A. Robinson addressed the importance of the Civics Academy during a recognition of the judges and attorneys who have volunteered to serve as faculty. The event occurred on Thursday, Feb. 16, at 3 pm in the Supreme Court courtroom, 231 Capitol Ave. in Hartford.
For additional information, please visit www.jud.ct.gov.