The flagship program of the non-profit foundation is the Youth Restorative Program (formerly Trial By Peers). The Clark County Law Foundation’s Youth Restorative Program (YRP) provides a resource to schools with an alternative to conventional disciplinary policies. YRP addresses student infractions in a manner that focuses on repairing the harm caused by an offense and community participation in disciplinary procedures. Volunteers aged 12 to 17 or students in 6th to 12th grade can volunteer as peer and community advocates in restorative justice circles. Youth volunteers are trained over the summer on content and skills required to succeed as peer advocates in restorative justice circles. The training includes seminar- based classes to build knowledge on the legal system, develop skills in effective communication, negotiation, and critical thinking. We are active in Health Equity, Attorney Memorial, Let Freedom Ring, and other community service projects for the betterment of the Southern Nevada community.