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Street Law Resource Library

Street Law, Inc.

Over 40 years of educating about law, democracy, and human rights

Welcome to the Street Law Resource Library! We’ve compiled hundreds of teaching activities and methods, case summaries, mock trials, and articles—many of which are free—and organized them by topic, audience, and type. Use the filters on the left side of the page to find what you need. 

Most of our resources are intended for middle and high school students.

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2012 Annual Report

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Activity: Business Card Exchange

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Activity: Career Bingo

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Activity: Lunch with a Professional

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Alabama v. Shelton (2002)

Does the Sixth Amendment right to appointed counsel apply to a defendant who was sentenced to a suspended sentence?

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American Bar Association: Division for Public Education

Law-related education publications, resources, programs, and events.

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American Legal System course syllabus

Sample syllabus for a semester-long high school law course

Method/Strategy by Christopher Busse, O'Fallon Township High School, O’Fallon, IL Free

Annenberg Classroom

Resources for excellent civics education.

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Applying for Credit textbook excerpt

Students learn about applying for credit, what to do if they are denied credit, and default and collection practices.

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Arizona v. Gant (2009)

What must police officers demonstrate when arresting the owner of a vehicle in order to conduct a search of the...

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Arizona v. U.S. (2012)

Does federal law preempt Arizona’s immigration law?

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Atkins v. Virginia (2002)

Does the Eighth Amendment prohibit the execution of prisoners with intellectual disabilities convicted of capital crimes?

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