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Celebrating 32 Years of Service to Orange County Youth!

HONORING Community Partner of the Year

Rutan & Tucker, LLP Honorable James P. Gray Judge of the Year

Honorable Richard Y. Lee Superior Court of California, County of Orange Volunteer of the Year

Palace Entertainment

Wednesday, October 9, 2013 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Center Club, Costa Mesa

Welcome We hope you enjoy this wonderful evening of celebration in support of civic literacy and the youth of Orange County and honoring three of our community partners for their outstanding leadership, dedication, service and support. The Annual Benefit is CRF-OC’s only major fundraising event of the year. Your participation is critical to CRF-OC‘s continued ability to advance its mission and make a positive difference in the lives of Orange County high school students. CRF-OC’s innovative civic and law-related education programs connect students directly with volunteer professionals, including lawyers, judges and business and community leaders, to engage the students in critical thinking and discussion about our judicial process, the rule of law, the rights and responsibilities of citizenship and controversial social and legal issues of relevance to their lives. These programs help fill the ever-growing need for civic learning in secondary education and develop the civic literacy essential for a strong democracy. So, thank you for your attendance and support. We deeply appreciate the generosity of our many dedicated sponsors and supporters, all of whom are recognized in this program. We are grateful to our committee, board and staff members for their leadership, hard work and tireless commitment to making this year’s Annual Benefit the most successful ever. Opportunity drawing tickets are being sold by our Mock Trial students until 7:00 p.m. Once again, we are offering a fabulous silent auction with something for everyone. We encourage you to review the items, find that special something that appeals to you and start bidding! Silent auction purchases are a great way to treat yourself AND support this very deserving organization. Good luck and have fun. We’re delighted you’re here and hope you’ll join us again next year!

Richard J. Grabowski, Esq Event Co-Chair CRF-OC Board of Directors Jones Day

Brian Parmelee Event Co-Chair CRF-OC Board of Directors JAMS


Begins at 7:00 PM

Welcome Remarks and Introduction of Special Guests Richard J. Grabowski, Esq., and Brian Parmelee Opportunity Drawing Honorable C. Robert Jameson, Ret., Master of Ceremonies Introduction of Honorees and Presentation of Awards Darren O. Aitken, Esq., CRF-OC President Richard J. Grabowski, Esq., CRF-OC Board of Directors Adina W. Stowell, Esq., CRF-OC Vice-President 2013 Volunteer of the Year Presented to Palace Entertainment Accepted by Fernando Eiroa, President and CEO 2013 Honorable James P. Gray Judge of the Year Presented to Honorable Richard Y. Lee, Superior Court of California, County of Orange, by Honorable James P. Gray, Ret. 2013 Community Partner of the Year Presented to Rutan & Tucker, LLP Accepted by Karen Walter, Esq., Partner

OPPORTUNITY DRAWING Ticket Sales Close at 7:00 PM SILENT AUCTION Tables Close at:

7:35 PM

7:45 PM

#1 - GREEN #2 - RED #3 - BLUE


Honorees Community Partner of the Year Rutan & Tucker, LLP The law firm of Rutan & Tucker, LLP has demonstrated exceptional leadership and commitment to CRF-OC for over 17 years. Not only has the firm made important financial gifts to the organization in every one of those years, but also its partners, associates and employees have donated countless hours of volunteer service participating in CRF-OC's education programs and serving on CRF-OC's program committees and board of directors. In 2012, the firm was recognized by CRF-OC as the Orange County Mock Trial Law Firm of the Year. Strong, loyal support from firms such as Rutan & Tucker is critical to the continued vitality of CRF-OC's unique civic and law-related education programs. This is because CRF-OC is wholly dependent upon funding from local, community sources and the volunteer efforts of local professionals and civic leaders. Rutan & Tucker's generous support has been critical to the organization's success and ability to positively impact the thousands of high school students served each year. Rutan & Tucker is California's largest full-service law firm headquartered in Orange County, California, with offices in Costa Mesa and Palo Alto. Primary practice areas include corporate and securities law, business and real estate litigation, labor and employment law, intellectual property, real estate, government and regulatory law, land use law, bankruptcy, condemnation and property valuation, environmental law, and taxation and estate planning. Detailed information about the firm is available at

Honorable James P. Gray Judge of the Year Honorable Richard Y. Lee, Superior Court of California, County of Orange Since being appointed to the bench in 2010, the Honorable Richard Y. Lee has served as an enthusiastic and remarkably dedicated volunteer judge for both CRF-OC's Mock Trial and Peer Court programs, presiding over more sessions than any other judge during that period and, at each session, taking the time to thoughtfully interact with all student participants to ensure that they benefit as much as possible.

Prior to 2010, while an Assistant United States Attorney, Judge Lee served as a volunteer attorney coach for the Corona del Mar High School Mock Trial team and as a volunteer attorney scorekeeper for the Mock Trial program. He is a former Orange County Mock Trial student himself, having been a member of the Corona del Mar High School Mock Trial team for three years while a student at the school. In fact, Judge Lee credits his distinguished career in the legal profession to his experience in the Mock Trial program. Before joining his high school Mock Trial team, Judge Lee aspired to a career in medicine. With his appointment to the bench in August 2010, Judge Lee became the first Korean-American judge to serve in Orange County. He currently presides over juvenile delinquency matters. Prior to becoming a judge, he served for 10 years as a federal prosecutor for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Los Angeles and Orange Counties, distinguishing himself in the prosecution of national security crimes and crimes against children. He earned his law degree from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law and his undergraduate degree from Stanford University.

Volunteer of the Year Palace Entertainment CRF-OC recognizes and thanks Palace Entertainment for its outstanding commitment and volunteer service to the Orange County Career Forum, as well as both the Constitution Day and Law Day Conferences. Palace’s generous participation in these programs over many years has made a distinct contribution to the success of each program. Whether donating graphic design services, securing an inspirational keynote speaker, providing Boomers! passes to students, contributing impossible-to-get items to our silent auction or supporting company employees who volunteer to participate in our programs, Palace Entertainment has been an exceptional supporter. Headquartered in Orange County, Palace Entertainment is one of the leading leisure park operators in the United States, owning and operating 40 amusement parks, water parks and family entertainment centers nationwide, including Boomers! in Irvine, Raging Waters in San Dimas and Castle Park in Riverside. The company’s parks provide family oriented and affordable attractions to visitors of all ages and offer a wide range of attractions. Palace Entertainment greets over 13 million visitors annually. For more information, visit

Supporters Annual Benefactor

The Orange County Bar Association Charitable Fund

Leadership Circle Aitken Aitken Cohn Jones Day Judicate West Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP Rutan & Tucker, LLP Snell & Wilmer L.L.P.

Congratulations to Rutan & Tucker, LLP

Community Partner of the Year

Honorable Richard Y. Lee

Honorable James P. Gray Judge of the Year

Palace Entertainment Volunteer of the Year

Fostering Rights and Responsibilities. The Constitutional Rights Foundation, Orange County is dedicated to empowering youth to be responsible, productive, and engaged citizens through civic education programs. Jones Day endorses this mission and is pleased to help sponsor this year’s Annual Benefit. 2400 lawyers throughout the world.

Dedicated to doing more. Manatt is proud to support the

Constitutional Rights Foundation-OC and congratulates tonight’s honorees.

Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

Rutan & Tucker, LLP Community Partner 2013



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Advocates Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP Crowell & Moring LLP Friedman Stroffe & Gerard PC Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP Greenberg Gross Hon. C. Robert and Shari Jameson JAMS, The Resolution Experts Judicate West Foundation North, Nash & Abendroth LLP Outwater & Pinckes, LLP John E. Page, Esq., Golden State Foods Corp. Seastrom & Seastrom Skorheim & Associates, AAC Slater, Hersey & Lieberman LLP Stephens Friedland LLP Veritext Legal Solutions


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Associates Cheong, Denove, Rowell, Bennett & Karns Bradley S. Erdosi, Law Offices of Bradley S. Erdosi Sharyn R. Kohara and Judy Kelley, Union Bank â&#x20AC;&#x201C; The Private Bank James Loss, Esq. Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP Orange County Korean American Bar Association The Cooper Law Firm Thon Beck Vanni Callahan & Powell Stephen J. Toretto, Esq. Todd and Venita Wulffson

Friends Patrick Ahle, Esq.

Matthew Hodel, Esq.

Michael and Lisa Baroni

Belle Hsu, Esq.

Jeffrey Blank, Esq.

John Hurlbut, Esq.

Devon Bloom

Hon. Lon Hurwitz

Vern Bock

Rhonda Hurwitz

John E. Bowerbank, Esq.,

Hon. Raymond J. Ikola

Newmeyer & Dillion LLP

Jack Tingley Corporation

Robert Braun, Esq.

Rashida Jaffer, Esq.

Lieutenant Vince Bravata

Baraa Kahf, Esq.

Sandy Braymer

Mark Karpe, Esq.

Alan Carlson, Esq.

Kyle Kawakami, Esq.

Haward Cho

Timothy J. Kay, Esq.

Hon. Lewis W. Clapp

James N. Knight, Esq.

Clement and Ho

Eoin L. and Tina K. Kreditor

Alan J. Crivaro, Esq.

Hon. Richard Y. Lee

Carolyn David

Todd Litfin, Esq.

Patrick DeBoer

Little Reid & Karzai, LLP

Jeffrey Dey, Esq.

Mike Maguire

Caroline Djang, Esq.

Maranga Morgenstern

Jennifer Farr

Hon. Douglas F. McCormick

Grant Farrell

Lieutenant Jeffrey Mclain

Marcia Forsyth, Esq.

Layne Melzer, Esq.

Eve Fudge

Hon. Linda Miller

Christina Geary

Elaina Oden

Stephen Glass

Robert J. Ounjian, Esq.

Hon. James P. Gray, Ret.

David E. Outwater, Esq.

Jean Hand

Pamela S. Palmer, Esq.

Bart and Heather Pembroke

Ky Stucklin

Rick Riegel

Danny Su

O.C. Department of Education

Shiry Tannenbaum, Esq.

Solange E. Ritchie, Esq.

Allyson Thompson, Esq.

Ira Rivin, Esq.

Barbara C. Tingley

Mike Rubin

Captain Michael Toledo

William Scarff, Jr., Esq.

Rob Vicario

Jack Schierhold

Lieutenant Michael Wagner

John Scott

George and Carolyn Walter

Scott Shaw, Esq.

Louise Walter

Hon. Randall J. Sherman

Lei Lei Wang Ekvall, Esq.

Alan Slater

Dan Witzling

Dean Steward, Esq.

Sheila Witzling

Adina W. Stowell, Esq.

Robert Yates, Esq.

Foundation Support

The Allergan Foundation Major Supporter

2013-2014 Mock Trial Program The Foundation of the Family of C.M. and Edna P. Cotton

Judicate West Foundation

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2013 Annual Benefit Committee Richard J. Grabowski, Esq. Co-Chair

Brian Parmelee Co-Chair

Darren O. Aitken, Esq.

Todd G. Friedland, Esq.

Brian Neach, Esq.

Angel Coe

Larry Gennaro, Esq.

Nicole L. Surratt

Var Fox

Christina Ignatius, Esq.

Adina W. Stowell, Esq.

Each of the following supporters made a distinct contribution to the success of tonight’s event. CRF-OC gratefully acknowledges: VOLUNTEERS Jon Berg Devon Bloom Gordon Dunn Alana Preston Eugene V. Zech, Esq. Jeffrey Zech

MOCK TRIAL STUDENTS Gabrielle Albert Newport Harbor High School Scottie Butler Santa Margarita Catholic High School Brandon Lehrich Northwood High School Alexandra Stettner Tesoro High School Alexandra Zalewski Tesoro High School

MASTER OF CEREMONIES Honorable C. Robert Jameson, Ret. CRF-OC Judicial Advisory Board ANNUAL BENEFIT COMMITTEE SUPPORT Jones Day MAGICAL ENTERTAINMENT Johnny Ace Palmer World Champion Magician

PHOTOGRAPHY Laurel Hungerford

Silent Auction Donors GOOD EATING


Avila’s El Ranchito

Celeste Ahl

Carl’s Jr.

Bowers Museum

Alan J. Crivaro, Esq.

Capistrano Center for the

Douglas J. Dixon, Esq.

Performing Arts

Jeffery C. Hamilton

Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts

Jonathan P. Hersey, Esq.

Chance Theatre

In-N-Out Burger

Irvine Improv

Lampost Pizza

Japanese American National Museum

Lazy Dog Restaurant

Laguna Art Museum

Brian Neach, Esq.

La Mirada Theatre for the

The Balboa Bay Club and Resort

Performing Arts

The Cheesecake Factory

Gloria Lee

The Wine Artist

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Karen E. Walter, Esq.

Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Museum of Latin American Art Orange County Museum of Art


Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum

Alan Carlson, Esq.

Segerstrom Center for the Arts

Todd G. Friedland, Esq.,

South Coast Repertory

Stephens Friedland LLP

Beth Swift

Hi-Time Wine Cellars

The Brea Improv

Joel Kuperberg, Esq.

The Ice House, Comedy Nightclub

Linda Lam, Esq. Alan Slater Nicole Surratt

and Restaurant The Huntington Library, Museum Galleries and Botanical Gardens

Thomas W. Tuttle, Esq.

The Laguna Playhouse

Rob Vicario

Dean J. Zipser, Esq.


San Diego Zoo / San Diego Zoo Safari Park

C. Michael Alder, Esq., ALDERLAW P.C.

SeaWorld San Diego

Bingham McCutchen

Skirball Cultural Center

Mark R. Bresee, Esq.

Adina W. Stowell, Esq.

Chivas, USA


Wesley Chu, Sender One Climbing

Walt Disney Company

Randall J. Clement, Esq.

Wildlife Adventure at the Living Desert

Irvine Lanes Jack Tingley Corporation


Judicate West Los Angeles Sparks

Academy of Magical Arts

Hon. Douglas F. and Melissa McCormick

Darren and Laurie Aitken

Oakley, Inc.

Bradford Renaissance Portraits

Pamela S. Palmer, Esq.

Four Seasons Hotel Beverly Hills,

Santa Anita Park

Mehdi Eftekari

Stephen J. Toretto, Esq.

Hornblower Cruises

Tustin Ranch Extreme Boot Camp

Law Offices of James N. Knight

Hon. Ed Wallin, Ret.

Eoin L. and Tina K. Kreditor

Jeffrey Wang, Bikram Yoga Irvine

Kualoa Hawaii Light Air Photography


Captain Tim Manzo Marriott Waikiki

Tiffanny Brosnan, Esq.

Massage Envy

Cabrillo Marine Aquarium

Orange County Sheriff’s Dept.

Cinema City Theatres / Starlight Cinemas Dave and Buster’s Discovery Science Center

and Captain Michael Toledo Palace Entertainment Johnny Ace Palmer, World Champion Magician

Flightdeck Air Combat Center

Paradise Pen Company

Irvine Park Railroad

Solange E. Ritchie, Esq.

Knott’s Berry Farm

Rowley Portraiture

OC Parks

Barbara C. Tingley

David E. Outwater, Esq.

The Carlton Hotel

San Diego Air and Space Museum

Todd R. Wulffson, Esq.

Silent Auction Rules Bidding Opens at 6:00 PM Tables Close at 7:35 PM: #1 - GREEN, #2 - RED and #3 - BLUE Tables Close at 7:45 PM: #4 - ORANGE, #5 - YELLOW and #6 – PURPLE 1. A bid sheet is displayed with each item. To bid, print your name, contact information and bid amount on the next available line. 2. Minimum bid and incremental bid amounts are pre-printed on the bid sheets. Any bid not in keeping with these amounts may be nullified at the discretion of CRF-OC staff. 3. The last bidder on the bid sheet at the close of the silent auction is the winning bidder. A signed bid sheet is deemed binding. A CRF-OC volunteer assigned to close the auction will circle the winning bidder’s name and give him or her two copies of the bid sheet. The winning bidder will take the two sheets to the check-out table to make payment. 4. Purchases must be paid in full before the close of tonight’s event. Payment may be made by cash, credit card or personal check made payable to CRF-OC. All major credit cards will be accepted. 5. The cashier will mark the bid sheets “Paid”, retain one copy and return one copy to the winning bidder who will then claim the purchased item. 6. All sales are final and all items are sold “as is”. There will be no refunds or exchanges. CRF-OC makes no expressed or implied warranties regarding the goods or services sold. 7. A charitable deduction generally may be claimed to the extent the purchase price exceeds the fair market value of an item. For more information, please consult with your tax advisor. 8. PLEASE NOTE THAT MANY OF THE ITEMS CARRY RESTRICTIONS, SUCH AS A SPECIFIC DATE FOR A THEATRE PERFORMANCE OR AN EXPIRATION DATE FOR A GIFT CARD. PAY CAREFUL ATTENTION TO ALL DATE AND AVAILABILITY RESTRICTIONS! 9. Please collect items purchased before the end of tonight’s event.

Thank You for Supporting CRF-OC!

Opportunity Drawing

7:00 PM


$20 per ticket or 6 for $100 Winner will enjoy an unforgettable stay at Newport Beach's only Five-Star resort! Prize package includes all of the following: The Resort at Pelican Hill "Bungalow & Breakfast Experience" â&#x20AC;&#x201C; an overnight stay in a luxurious Bungalow guest room and breakfast for two at the Coliseum Pool & Grill, and The Resort at Pelican Hill gift card worth $1,000 to spend as you choose â&#x20AC;&#x201C; add a second night's accommodation, experience Fazio golf on an ocean-view, championship course or enjoy a relaxing treatment at The Spa, and Gift card to Javier's Cantina & Grill in Crystal Cove for a sophisticated Mexican dining experience nearby to Pelican Hill.

Generously donated by The Resort at Pelican Hill, Judicate West and Javier's

Some restrictions and conditions apply to "Bungalow & Breakfast Experience". One random winner will be drawn. Winner not present will be notified by phone or email by October 15, 2013. Must be at least 21 years of age to win. CRF-OC has no obligation for any taxes the winner may incur on prizes. Purchase of opportunity drawing tickets is not tax deductible. State of California Department of Justice Raffle Registration Number 4396.

CRF-OC Programs Mock Trial: This engaging program combines performance-based, law-related education with tournament-style, academic competition. High school students, working in teams under the careful guidance and supervision of volunteer attorney coaches and teachers, study the facts of a hypothetical criminal court case, analyze the case scenario, prepare trial strategy, and enact every role in the trial proceedings, either as members of the prosecution or defense. The teams present their cases in real courtrooms at the Central Justice Center in Santa Ana before sitting judges and are scored by volunteer attorneys who observe from the jury box. Students also may compete in courtroom art and journalism contests. Peer Court: This is a unique juvenile crime diversion program that offers both a second chance to first-time juvenile offenders and a valuable educational experience to all high school students in Orange County. Cases of non-violent misdemeanors are referred to Peer Court by the county prosecuting authority. Court sessions are held twice weekly, each on a different high school campus. At each session, a volunteer judge presides and high school students designated as “jurors” assess the cases presented and assign appropriate sanctions assisted by volunteer attorneys. Students in the audience learn about the juvenile justice system and the importance of making responsible decisions by observing the proceedings and participating in an interactive curriculum. Law Day Conference: This annual one-day conference brings together high school students, judges, attorneys and teachers on the campus of a local law school to discuss and debate topical constitutional issues. Workshops moderated by leading experts in relevant fields provide an engaging and lively forum in which students are encouraged to explore their opinions on constitutional issues that affect their daily lives. This year's workshops examined controversial issues surrounding gun control, marriage equality, and privacy rights on school campuses and in the use of technology. Orange County Career Forum: This one-day conference, organized and operated in partnership with the Orange County Department of Education, directly connects high school students with a wide diversity of professionals and community leaders. Students from across Orange County, accompanied by their teachers and chaperones, come together on the campus of a local college to attend workshops that expose them to careers in such diverse fields as law enforcement, medicine and video game development, as well as important life skills such as managing credit and preparing for a successful job interview. A keynote speaker addresses all students with an inspirational message about overcoming obstacles to achieve career goals. Constitution Day Conference: This one-day conference held annually in September complies with federal and state government mandates requiring that educational institutions accepting public funding celebrate Constitution Day. High school students from across Orange County converge on the campus of a local law school or college to discuss and debate constitutional issues of relevance to their everyday lives. Interactive workshops are led by volunteer judges and attorneys, and the conference culminates with a mock U.S. Supreme Court hearing at which arguments are presented by two accomplished attorneys and a verdict is rendered by sitting judges and selected students. For example, the Sixth Annual Constitution Day Conference, “Your Vote is Your Voice: Join the Conversation”, examined the 26th Amendment and voting rights. The program is operated with the assistance of the Orange County Department of Education, the Orange County Superior Court, the American Board of Trial Advocates, and the Orange County and Federal Bar Associations.

Volunteers Needed 33rd Annual Orange County High School Mock Trial Competition

400 Volunteer Attorneys Needed to Score No Experience Necessary You Do Not Need to be a Litigator


A one-evening (three hours) commitment. CRF-OC provides you with the case materials, supplies and everything you need.


Competition rounds are scheduled for: Tues., Nov. 12, 2013 Thurs., Nov.14, 2013 Tues., Nov. 19, 2013 Thurs., Nov. 21, 2013


Tues., Dec. 3, 2013 Thurs., Dec. 5, 2013 Tues., Dec. 10, 2013

Central Justice Center, Santa Ana


It’s fun, easy and a great way to give back. As a “real” attorney sharing your time and expertise, you make a lasting impression on high school students who are interested in the law and eager to learn.

To Volunteer: Pick up a registration form tonight or contact Shannon Zech at or 949.679.0730 x101

CRF-OC CONSTITUTION DAY CONFERENCE HONORED Early this evening, CRF-OC was presented with the George Washington Honor Medal in recognition of the exemplary quality and content of the Sixth Annual Constitution Day Conference. The medal is part of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge prestigious National Awards Program, which seeks to foster engaged citizenship through the exploration of civics, U.S. history, youth leadership and constitutional rights and responsibilities. The award was presented to CRF-OC President Darren O. Aitken, Esq., and CRF-OC Constitution Day Committee Chair Alan J. Crivaro, Esq., by Lane Curtis and M. Joyce Van Schaack, awards co-chairs of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Orange County Volunteer Chapter.




Darren O. Aitken, Esq. President Adina W. Stowell, Esq. Vice President David E. Outwater, Esq. Secretary Stephen J. Toretto, Esq. Treasurer Barbara C. Tingley Past President PRESIDENTS EMERITUS

Julianne Sartain Bancroft, Esq. Melissa R. McCormick, Esq. Robert E. Palmer, Esq. Jeffrey H. Reeves, Esq. William N. Scarff, Jr., Esq. Scott M. Stebick, Esq. Shara Beral Witkin, Esq. Michael G. Yoder, Esq.

Michael Baroni, Esq. Mark R. Bresee, Esq. Tiffanny Brosnan, Esq. Damon Burrows, Esq. Alan Carlson, Esq. Randall J. Clement, Esq. Alan J. Crivaro, Esq. Douglas J. Dixon, Esq. Var Fox Todd G. Friedland, Esq. Larry Gennaro, Esq. Richard J. Grabowski, Esq. Jeffery C. Hamilton Jonathan P. Hersey, Esq. James N. Knight, Esq. Eoin L. Kreditor, Esq. Linda Lam, Esq. Allan Z. Litovsky, Ph.D. Hon. Douglas F. McCormick Brian Neach, Esq. Brent J. North, Esq. Pamela S. Palmer, Esq. Brian Parmelee Alan Slater Captain Michael Toledo Thomas W. Tuttle, Esq. Robert Vicario Peter N. Villar, Esq. Karen E. Walter, Esq. Todd R. Wulffson, Esq. Dean J. Zipser, Esq.

Hon. Craig E. Arthur Hon. Thomas J. Borris Hon. Marjorie Laird Carter Hon. Kim Dunning Hon. James P. Gray, Ret., Emeritus Hon. Maria Hernandez Hon. Raymond J. Ikola Hon. C. Robert Jameson, Ret., Emeritus Hon. Richard Y. Lee Hon. Linda L. Miller Hon. Jamoa Moberly Hon. William M. Monroe Hon. Kathleen O'Leary Hon. Randall J. Sherman Hon. Scott A. Steiner S TA F F

Lori Berg, Esq. Executive Director Shannon Zech, Esq. Program Manager

The Constitutional Rights Foundation, Orange County (CRF-OC) is a non-profit non-partisan, education organization that has been making a positive difference in the lives of Orange County teens for over 32 years by empowering them to be active, responsible citizens. CRF-OC is dedicated to promoting civic literacy and youth leadership through high-quality, interactive civic and law-related education programs that connect students directly with volunteer professionals and community leaders. Programs such as Mock Trial, Peer Court, Constitution Day, Law Day and the Orange County Career Forum serve nearly 10,000 local high school students and adult volunteers each year and are provided at no cost to participating youth. CRF-OC receives no government funding and relies on donations from individuals and members of the Orange County business and legal communities. The Orange County Bar Association and its Charitable Fund are long-standing benefactors. CRF-OC is a 501(c)(3), tax-exempt organization. Federal Tax ID 33-0068500.

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