CHARLESTON -– Students from three schools recently performed mock trial scripts they wrote as part of West Virginia Law Adventure, the Supreme Court's program for middle school students, during the finale of this year's pilot project.

Students from Horace Mann Middle School, Stonewall Jackson Middle School and Western Greenbrier Middle School took part. Justices Thomas McHugh, Menis Ketchum and Robin Jean Davis presided over the school's trials, respectively.

The West Virginia program is adapted with permission from the New Jersey State Bar Foundation's original, award-winning Law Adventure Competition and Programs for grades seven and eight. For more information about the New Jersey State Bar Foundation, visit

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