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Island legal community exhibits law fair

by Michele Catahay

Guam - Today marked the annual celebration of the law and of Law Day, which is an American Bar Association program. The Guam Bar Association, the Judiciary of Guam and the U.S. District Court of Guam hosted a law fair today at the center court of the Micronesia Mall in Dededo.

The fair featured not only the Judiciary and Guam's federal court, but it also included local law firms, legal aid corporations, client services providers, law enforcement agencies and community outreach programs.  This year's theme is "Ensuring Traditions, Emerging Challenges".

A traveling exhibition showcased the history of Guam's legal system, mock trials were performed by elementary and middle school students and demonstrations were made by canine law enforcement units.

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