Street Law, Inc. (the organization) grew out of the original Street Law program at Georgetown University law school. For more than five decades, we have helped law schools across the U.S. and around the world establish and sustainably implement their own Street Law programs.
The primary resource that we provide is training for program directors. Through workshops, one-on-one coaching, and online collaboration, our expert staff of trainers assists programs of every size and in every context. We walk program directors through each step of the process—from training law students in the interactive teaching methodologies that are the backbone of every successful Street Law program to establishing partnerships with schools and community organizations to monitoring, evaluating, and improving the program.
As part of the training process, we can provide program directors with a number of program planning, implementation, and evaluation resources to help them effectively manage their programs. These include:
- Lesson plans
- Sample course syllabi
- Connections to local schools and tips for working with teaching sites
- Planning resources such as law student orientation and program evaluation tools
Are you interested in starting a Street Law Program at your law school?
We can help. To connect with us, please complete this brief form:
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After hearing from you, we will follow up to schedule a start-up call with Street Law Consultant Amy Wallace. These 30-60 minute calls give us an opportunity to learn more about your aspiring program and how Street Law, Inc. can best support you in its development. Following the call, program leaders will gain access to a variety of helpful program resources.
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