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Educators

Social studies teachers: Start a law course at your high school! Street Law courses equip young people with the legal knowledge and skills they need to participate and advocate for themselves and others.

Law professors: Start a Street Law program at your law school! Law schools around the world have developed programs that teach practical law to young people in schools, communities, and correction facilities. These programs provide law students a powerful professional development opportunity.

Law enforcement officers: Bring Street Law to your school or community program! Our Police & Teens Program prepares police officers to teach young people about the law and policing. Its collaborative, dialogue-based approach helps build awareness, respect, empathy, and understanding between police officers and youth.


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Legal Professionals

Lawyers and legal professionals: Start a Street Law program at your law firm, company, or local ACC Chapter! Our Legal Diversity Pipeline Programs encourage more young people of color to consider pursuing a legal career by exposing them to everyday law, legal careers, and professional role models. Volunteer legal professionals to deliver lessons about the law and coach students through interactive legal simulations.

Law students and law professors: Start a Street Law program at your law school! Law schools around the world have developed programs that teach practical law to young people in schools, communities, and correction facilities. These programs provide law students a powerful professional development opportunity.

Law enforcement officers: Bring Street Law to your school or community program! Our Police & Teens Program prepares police officers to teach young people about the law and policing. Its collaborative, dialogue-based approach helps build awareness, respect, empathy, and understanding between police officers and youth.


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Community-based Organizations/Civil Society Organizations

Community-based organizations (in the United States): Street Law's Legal Life Skills Program brings the legal and civic knowledge, skills, and confidence that vulnerable youth and adults need to thrive. If you represent an organization that works with these populations, Street Law can help.

Civil society organizations (outside the United States): Street Law has a long, successful track record of partnering with CSOs around the globe to build sustainable, culturally-sensitive programs that strengthen civil society by bringing education about democracy and rule of law to young people and marginalized populations.


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Courts and Other Government Agencies

Government agencies (inside the United States): Street Law's Legal Life Skills Program brings the legal and civic knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to thrive to young people in the juvenile justice/juvenile court and social services systems. If you represent an agency that works with these young people, Street Law can help.

Government agencies (outside the United States): Street Law has a long, successful track record of partnering with ministries of education and other government agencies around the globe to build sustainable, culturally-sensitive programs that strengthen civil society by bringing education about democracy and rule of law to young people and marginalized populations.


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Custom Program Solutions

Street Law staff and consultants are global leaders in civic education with unmatched experience in curricula creation, program design, customized technical support, and professional development for educators. Their expertise is available to school districts, law schools, corporations, law firms, juvenile justice system settings, community-based organizations, and others wishing to educate young people about law and government.

Want to learn more about how Street Law can help you? Contact us at learnmore@streetlaw.org.