Street Law High School Project

Law students will teach classes in local high schools on substantive legal issues, the relationship between law and justice, and how justice can be accomplished or improved.


Street Law

Street Law is a student organization at Texas Law. Street Law sends law students into local middle and high schools throughout the school year to teach practical, participatory lessons about legal issues important to today’s youth, including law, democracy, and human rights. Street Law is operating the High School Project in partnership with the Richard and Ginni Mithoff Pro Bono Program.

Project Details

Project Start Date

February 2020

Approximate hours of work requested
10 hours total over the course of the spring semester; various shift times and locations available for sign up after training
Thursday, February 13, 12:45pm-1:45pm (TNH 2.137)
Skills used
Legal analysis; public speaking and clear communication of laws
Project location
One or more high schools in the Austin area
Number of student volunteers requested
Class year preference
1L, 2L, 3L, LLM
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