Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP attorneys Brian Ambrosia, David Burke, Patrick Krebs and Fred Livingstone volunteered their time this school year and took part in the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association’s 3Rs Program. The 3Rs Program, which stands for Rights, Responsibilities and Realities, is a partnership between the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association and the Cleveland Municipal School District designed to help high school students better understand the Constitution and promote positive attitudes about the law and our justice system. The 3Rs Program is also meant to help improve passage rates on the Ohio Graduation Test, provide practical career counseling and encourage minorities in the region to seek out careers in the legal profession. Over 700 Northeast Ohio attorneys, judges and law students participated in the 3Rs Program during the 2007-2008 school year, with teams of four or five attorneys and law students visiting 10th grade social studies classes each month. This is the second year in a row that Brian, Dave, Pat, and Fred have teamed up to volunteer their time at John Marshall High School in Cleveland as part of the 3Rs Program.