Street Law Around the World
The Street Law Program has been active in disseminating Street Law throughout the world. Internationally, there has been a high interest among law schools, legal educators and legal practitioners in learning about and conducting Street Law programs.
Learn more about our latest international training in Ireland and Scotland.
The Street Law Program has provided assistance and training in several ways:
Hosting International Visitors.
The Street Law Program frequently hosts international visitors by conducting meetings, participating in seminars and other program activities, attending orientation, and arranging classroom observations for lawyers, judges, legal educators, law students, and others who are visiting the US, Washington DC, or Georgetown. Since 2013, visitors have included representatives from Korea, the Czech Republic, Malaysia, the UK, Latin America, Mexico, Jordan, Russia, Egypt, Turkey, and Poland
Conducting Street Law Training Abroad.
Professor Roe and teaching fellows have conducted Street Law training in many countries around the world, including Chile, Cambodia, Japan, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Georgia, Turkey, Pakistan, and the UK. Additionally, Professor Roe has conducted presentations on Street Law at the conferences of the Global Alliance on Justice Education (GAJE), the International Journal of Clinical Legal Education (IJCLE) and Palacky Univeristy of Olomouc, CZ.
Hosting International Visiting Researchers and Law Students.
The Street Law Program has hosted visiting researchers from the Czech Republic, Ireland and Egypt, and law students from the UK and Georgia, among others.