Umansky Law Firm supports local high school mock trial team

The attorneys at The Umansky Law Firm recognize the importance of giving back to the community and making sure that area schools have programming that helps students build important life skills. In keeping with this idea, the firm made a donation to the Mock Trial team at William R. Boone High School in Orlando, FL. The donation contributed to the team’s successful 2012-2013 season.

Assisting community schools in success

The Umansky Law Firm’s donation helped Boone High School Mock Trial team members achieve first place in the Ninth Judicial Circuit Mock Trial District Tournament, followed by a fourth place finish at the 2013 Florida Law Related Education State Mock Trial Tournament. Boone High School Mock Trial team members make personal contributions to defray the costs of participating in the activity, as well as engage in fund-raising. However, the team needs the generous support of community members such as The Umansky Law Firm in order to meet the travel and lodging costs associated with participating in regional and state tournaments.

The Umansky Firm is proud to be involved with Boone High Schools’ Mock Trial team, because the firm understands that building strong communities begins with strong educational systems that help mold responsible citizens. Mock Trial teaches students valuable critical thinking skills, as well as provides opportunities to polish public speaking skills and learn how to interact with peers in a professional manner. Students who participate in Mock Trial are better prepared for success in college and in their careers than many of their peers.

About the Umansky Law Firm

The Umansky Law Firm handles criminal defense and personal injury matters. The firm is located in Orlando, and handles cases throughout central Florida. The attorneys at The Umansky Law Firm understand that when people come into contact with the court system, whether it is in a criminal case or personal injury matter, they are fighting for their lives in a very real sense. People’s freedom may be on the line in criminal matters, and people’s abilities to support themselves and pay bills is often at risk in personal injury cases. The attorneys at The Umansky Firm have the experience and professionalism necessary to get positive results for their clients.

If you are facing criminal charges or have been injured in an accident or from a defective medical device or drug, contact The Umansky Law Firm at (407) 288-3838 or /.

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