LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT LAW DAY POSTER CONTEST RULES
The 2003 Supreme Court Law Day Poster Contest invites Louisiana
middle and high school students who are registered to participate
in the Celebrate Your Freedom Law Day Youth Summit sponsored
by the Louisiana Center for Law and Civic Education to submit
your original poster depicting the theme --- "What Law
Day Means to Me." Established by President Dwight D.
Eisenhower in 1958, Law Day celebrates and strengthens the
American heritage of liberty, justice and equality under the
You may interpret the Law Day theme however you like. Be curious,
be critical, be serious or humorous, but most of all, BE CREATIVE!
HOW DO I ENTER?
Law Day Youth Summit registrants, either schools or students,
may enter the Supreme Court Poster Contest either individually
or in groups.
Sign up for the Supreme Court Poster Contest by calling the
Louisiana Supreme Court Community Relations Department at
Posters should be completed before the Law Day Youth Summit
and turned in upon arrival at the Law Day Youth Summit on
Thursday, May 1st 2003 in New Orleans. So bring them when
Poster should be no larger than 22 inches by 28 inches.
A panel of Louisiana Supreme Court staff members will serve
as Poster Contest judges. The winner will be announced at
Entries will be judged on creativity, interpretation of theme
and artistic expression.
WHAT COULD I WIN?
The winning poster will be prominently displayed in the Louisiana
Supreme Court during the month of May 2003.
The winning poster will be displayed on the Louisiana Supreme
Court web site, featured in the newsletter for the Louisiana
Judiciary--Court Column, and in all statewide Law Day publicity.
A Louisiana Supreme Court Justice will visit the school of
the first place winner and spend time with the entire law-related
Law Day Awards will be given to entries winning first, second
and third place.