The D.C. Street Law Clinic is one of 14 courses offered as part of Georgetown Law's clinical legal education program. Law students are placed in public high schools across the city and teach year-long courses in practical law. The first semester is dedicated to substantive legal topics and the second is focused on learning trial skills.
Our annual mock trial tournament will be held on Thursday, March 19th and Wednesday March 25th at the DC Superior Courthouse. This year's case is a riveting civil case involving a high school, gang symbols, police brutality and the First Amendment. If you would like to sign up to be a judge or scorer please click on the following link and fill out our online sign up sheet: http://tinyurl.com/dcstreetlaw
"Volunteer hours can be counted towards the Georgetown Pro Bono Pledge -- Judges as pro bono and scorers as community service hours."
Posted by Lauren Dubin at 9:11 AM - Categories: All class years