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2009-2010 Supreme Court Seminar for Atlanta Teachers

Where Atlanta, GA
When November 9 & 10, 2009, and January 22, 2010
Registration Open 6 August - 4 October 09
Cost $50.00

This professional development opportunity for Atlanta area social studies teachers is modeled on the highly successful Supreme Court Summer Institute for Teachers and designed to expand and strengthen instruction about the history, operation, and cases of the Supreme Court of the United States. 

Lee Arbetman, co-author of the Street Law textbook, will direct the seminar, which also features attorneys who have been involved in key cases before the Court.  

Sessions include the following: 

  • the cert process
  • a moot court
  • case studies
  • highlights of the term
  • lunch with a former Supreme Court clerk
  • competing judicial philosophies 

Reimbursement for substitutes is available for teachers accepted into the program.

Street Law and NCSS have collaborated to offer participants a reduced rate to the NCSS annual meeting on the days following the seminar (Nov. 13-15, 2009).

Online registration for this event closed on October 4, 2009.

Application Details and Eligibility

  • 24 Atlanta area high school law/social studies teachers will be accepted
  • Admission is based on a competitive application process
  • Applicants must commit to attend all sessions and teach two lessons from the seminar to their students between the November and January meetings
  • Teachers who have already attended the Supreme Court Summer Institute for Teachers are not eligible for this program

Application Instructions

  1. Complete and submit the online application form by October 4, 2009.  If you have any questions or problems submitting the application, please contact Amaly Snowdon at 240.821.1324 or
  2. Submit to Street Law, Inc. a letter of recommendation from your principal or supervisor by October 4, 2009.  The letter should include your school's agreement to release you from your classroom duties to attend the entire Seminar.  Recommendation letters should be e-mailed, faxed, or mailed to:
    • Amaly Snowdon
      program coordinator
      Street Law, Inc.
      1010 Wayne Avenue, Suite 870
      Silver Spring, MD 20910
      fax: 301.589.1131
  3. All applicants will be notified of their status no later than October 8, 2009.  Please do not attempt to pay your registration fee or make other arrangements until you are notified of your acceptance. 

Seminar Location

King & Spalding
1180 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

Registration Fee

$50 registration fee includes three breakfasts, three lunches, all breaks, and materials.  Reimbursement for substitutes is available.  Substitute reimbursement is available for teachers accepted into the program. 


Please contact Amaly Snowdon with any questions about this Seminar. 

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