We are often asked how we accomplish so much with a small staff. The answer is people like you who believe in our mission enough to launch programs of your own! Explore the links below to learn how Street Law initiatives can be implemented by committed educators, law students, attorneys, and legal professionals.
Can't find what you're looking for below or have specific questions about how to get involved? You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Start a law course at your high school!
Street Law courses strive to empower young people to be active, engaged citizens by equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to successfully participate and create change in their communities
Check out this program: High School Law Course
Start a Street Law program at your law school!
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.
Check out this program: Law School Programs
Lawyers and legal professionals
Start a Street Law program at your law firm, company, or local ACC Chapter!
Our Legal Diversity Pipeline Programs expose young people from diverse communities to everyday law and legal careers. With the goal of encouraging more young people of color to consider pursuing a legal career, the program uses volunteer legal professionals to deliver lessons about the law, engage the students in interactive simulations, and serve as role models and advisors.
Check out these programs:
A note to individuals interested in volunteering:
Street Law works with teams of volunteers from law firms, corporations, and government agencies. Participating groups provide volunteers, a licensing fee, and some supplies and program enhancements, and Street Law, Inc. provides training, teaching, materials, and technical assistance.
Unfortunately we don’t always have opportunities for individuals. However, sometimes we need volunteers to serve as community resource person for a classroom teacher or other Street Law program. Community resource people are professionals who lend real life experiences to help enhance a Street Law lesson or class. Attorneys, judges, law students, elected officials, community organizers, and law enforcement officers are often utilized as resource people. If this is of interest to you, please send us an email at email@example.com.
Community-based organizations/Civil society organizations
Street Law's Legal Life Skills Programs bring the legal and civic knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to thrive to youths in the juvenile justice/juvenile court systems and youths transitioning into adulthood (i.e., foster care youths, homeless youths, pregnant/parenting teens, and LGBTQ youths).
If you represent an organization that works with these groups of young people, Street Law can help. Please contact Yolanda Johnson to learn more about bringing our Legal Life Skills programming to the young people you serve.
Courts and other government agencies
Street Law’s Legal Life Skills Programs bring the legal and civic knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to thrive to youths in the juvenile justice/juvenile court systems and youths transitioning into adulthood (i.e., foster care youths, homeless youths, pregnant/parenting teens, and LGBTQ youths).
If you represent an agency that works with these groups of young people, Street Law can help. Please contact Yolanda Johnson to learn more about bringing our Legal Life Skills programming to the young people you serve.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.