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Lane Powell Shareholder Darin M. Sands has been appointed to the Board of Directors for Classroom Law Project, a nonprofit organization that helps students at all grade levels learn to be informed and active citizens who can foster, sustain and preserve a free democratic society.
Sands is actively involved in the educational development of Portland’s youth, including serving as a coach for the Lincoln High School’s constitutional debate team, which is organized and supported by Classroom Law Project.
Founded in 1983, Classroom Law Project is Oregon’s leader in preparing youth to become active, engaged and informed participants in democratic society.
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