The D.C. Street Law program offers three separate options: the Street Law: Criminal Justice and Human Rights (offered in the Fall), Street Law: Mock Trial Advocacy (offered in the Spring) and Street Law: Corrections and Community (offered in the Summer). All of the option provide a unique opportunity for the law students to progress in their professional development while at the same time providing a service to the outside community. The program's primary purpose is to provide legal education to laypersons. The law students are the central component in furthering that goal: 1) In the Fall and Spring courses, the law students teach a semester-long elective course in practical law to students in senior high schools throughout the District of Columbia; 2) In the Summer course, the law students teach a semester-long course in practical law to adult learners who are in rehabilitation facilities, transitional housing, or incarcerated.  

Learn more about the Fall and Spring course.  

Learn more about the Summer course.