Local High School Students ‘Solve A Crime’ at Globe University Legal Preview Day

Written by Josie Young, Globe University-Green Bay director of admissions

Students from area high schools had the opportunity to “solve a crime” and participate in a mock trial at Globe University-Green Bay’s second annual Legal Preview Day. Students get firsthand experience and education in programs like paralegal, criminal justice and legal administrative assistant. The day consisted of hands-on breakout sessions to help students solve a murder mystery, learn about the justice system, and bring their knowledge of the evidence and case to a mock trial.

Crime Scene

Breakout Sessions

Students spent the day in small groups learning about different elements for the murder with instructors who had experience in the field including a former police chief, former FBI agent, and practicing attorney. Some of the sessions included:

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