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Join Street Law's law school network

Street Law, Inc.

Over 40 years of educating about law, democracy, and human rights

Public legal education programs—where law students teach the public practical law—exist in more than 70 law schools around the world.  Some of these programs are called Street Law and some go by other names.  Regardless of what your program is called, if your school is just beginning to think about starting a public legal education program, or if it has had an established program for decades, Street Law, Inc. wants to know all about it and help make it the best it can be.  

Street Law, Inc. has created a special section on its web site with premium content available only to registered law school-based public education programs.  Joining the Street Law network of law schools is simple, free, and has the following benefits:

  • Free resources: curriculum, research, evaluation techniques, news articles, etc. 
  • Technical assistance for starting a law school-based Street Law program and enhancing and enriching existing programs
  • Access to the Street Law network—contacts and resources developed by other law school-based public legal education programs
  • Permission to use the name Street Law and the Street Law logo in association with your program

How to register your program

1. Who should complete this form?

Preferably the faculty/staff person at the law school who oversees the public legal education program.  If a student leader completes the form, it is important that the secondary contact be a faculty/staff representative.  This helps ensure that Street Law, Inc. can stay in touch with your program even after participating law students graduate. 

2. How to complete it. 

If this is your first time using, you will be prompted to create an account using your e-mail address and a password of your choosing. 

Completing the form is simple and will take you less than 10 minutes.  Please be as thorough as possible. 

3.  How to access materials after joining. 

Once your law school is registered, whoever completed the registration form can access the Resources for Law School-Based Public Legal Education Programs by logging into their account. 

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