Georgetown Street Law Program
For 50 years, the Georgetown Street Law program has provided professional development for law students while they actively engage with the D.C. community by teaching law to high school students.
In the fall and spring courses, law students teach a semester-long elective course in practical law to students in public and charter high schools throughout the District of Columbia; Evening law students have the opportunity to teach a semester-long course in practical law to juvenile and adult learners who are under court-ordered probation or are in rehabilitation facilities, or transitional housing.
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