Since the first Street Law program began at Georgetown in 1972, law schools across the Unites States and around the globe have developed their own programs based on the Georgetown model. Today, we estimate that more than 200 law schools operate Street Law programs in which law students teach practical law lessons to non-lawyers in classrooms, community organizations, and corrections settings.
Law school-based Street Law programs operate independently of Street Law, Inc.
Street Law, Inc. is active in the global network of law school-based Street Law programs. We participate in global gatherings, develop resources, and provide start-up advice to law schools wishing to start a Street Law program of their own.
Map of U.S. Law School Programs
Each year we strive to identify active Street Law programs at law schools across the United States. This map reflects those known programs. We systematically and regularly update this list based on information provided by law schools, but this list is not necessarily complete or fully accurate.
Please let us know if you see some missing or wrong.