On Friday, April 8, 2011, fifty sixth grade students from A.N. Pritzker Elementary School visited the College of Law as part of the Pro Bono & Community Service Initiative’s (“PBCSI”) April 2011 Donate-A-Day service project. Pritzker is a pre-k through 8th grade Chicago Public School located in the Wicker Park neighborhood and is one of PBCSI’s partner organizations. Fifteen law students volunteered to work with the visiting sixth graders during their visit to the law school. After welcoming the students, the law students gave them a tour of the law school. Thereafter, Associate Dean Howard Rubin spoke to the students about the judicial process, jury trials, and practicing law. The students then watched an interactive DVD entitled State v. Bean. Prepared by the Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago, this DVD is a mock trial based on the fairy tale, Jack and the Beanstalk. Students watched the opening statements and then participated in small group discussions with law student volunteers regarding the components of a jury trial and their thoughts about the lawyers in the DVD. They did the same for the prosecutor’s case, the defendant’s case, and then closing argument. The students then participated in jury deliberation and rendered a verdict before heading back to Pritzker. Program Director for Constitutional Rights Foundation Chicago, Jessica Chethik, trained the law students on the use of the DVD and assisted with the small group discussions between the law students and sixth graders. Both the law students and the Pritzker students enjoyed this day very much and had a great time together!