Street Law, Inc. advances justice through classroom and community education programs that empower people with the legal and civic knowledge, skills, and confidence to bring about positive change for themselves and others.

For Educators

Classroom teachers and school administrators

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For Legal Professionals

Lawyers, legal professionals, law students, and police officers

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For Community-Based & Civil Society Organizations

Community organizations & CSOs in the U.S. and around the world

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For Courts & Government Agencies

Social service agencies and departments, law enforcement, courts, and juvenile justice professionals

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What’s New

Street Law to Implement Two-Year Racial Justice and Democracy Renewal Initiative

This initiative will recalibrate Street Law’s programs to ensure they are helping youth—particularly young people of color—attain the specific knowledge and skills they need to understand and protect their rights, engage deeply in discussions about contested public issues, and advocate effectively for reform. [Read More]

Fall 2020 SCOTUS in the Classroom Case

We are excited to announce our first SCOTUS in the Classroom case of the school year: Torres v. Madrid. This timely case deals with excessive use of force by the police, qualified immunity, and the meaning of “seizure” in the Fourth Amendment. [Read More]

Street Law Develops New Virtual Legal Life Skills Programming

As COVID-19 continues to impact our country, Street Law has found new and innovative ways of bringing much needed programming to communities in need. [Read More]

Street Law’s Review of the 2019 SCOTUS Term: Stats, Highlights, and Blockbuster Decisions

The Supreme Court’s October 2019 Term was one for the ages. Regardless of one’s politics there were decisions to love (or at least like) and decisions to hate (or at least disapprove of). [Read More]

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