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

Winter SCOTUS in the Classroom Case: M-NCPPC v. American Humanist Association

For our winter SCOTUS in the Classroom case, we feature the “Peace Cross” or “Bladensburg Cross” case. An opportunity for students to explore the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause. [Read More]

A Busy and Productive Winter for Teacher Professional Development

In one week, Street Law staff delivered 3 teacher professional development workshops—in Phoenix, Chicago, and St. Louis. See what's next. [Read More]

Loyola Law Professor’s Street Law Course Brings Legal Life Skills to Survivors of Domestic Violence

We recently chatted with Prof. Judy Schwartz-Behar about the program she's developed and its impact on her law students and the domestic violence survivors they teach. [Read More]

Legal Community on Track to Inspire 5,500 Students this Academic Year

Street Law’s Legal Diversity Pipeline Program taps the knowledge, experience, and enthusiasm of the legal community to teach young people from diverse communities. [Read More]

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