Law School Programs

Since 1972, law schools around the world have developed Street Law programs that teach young people in schools, communities, and corrections sites about the law, while providing law students with a unique, powerful professional development opportunity.

Street Law, Inc. provides program resources and teaching materials, connects participating law schools, and assists in the development of new programs.

Starting a Program

Want to learn more about Street Law programs in law schools? Are you considering starting one? You’ve come to the right place. These pages will provide you with essential information and steps you can take to build a successful program at your law school. 

Running a Program

You’ve laid all the groundwork for a successful program; now what? Explore the pages below for specific advice and tips for making your program a success. If you are affiliated with an established Street Law program, this section can help you improve, strengthen, and grow your program. 

Lesson Plans 

Using high-quality, effective lesson plans and teaching activities is key to the success of your law school's Street Law program. Below, we've compiled helpful information to guide you through the process of developing the perfect curriculum for your program. 

When the first Street Law lessons were taught by law students in 1972, a powerful movement began. Today, law students around the globe are going into classrooms, community, and corrections sites to teach practical law. 

Visit our program map to view the locations of law school programs in the U.S. and around the globe. These program operate independently of Street Law, Inc., and the map does not provide a comprehensive list. To have your program added, please contact us at


Do you lead a Street Law program at your law school? We want to know all about it! 

Registering your program is simple and free and connects you to Street Law staff and other program directors with decades of experience. Knowing who is out there teaching Street Law also helps us to better serve you and measure the impact of our programs around the world. Registered law schools also have permission to use the Street Law, Inc. name and logo in association with their program. 


Lee Arbetman

Executive Director