Street Law program is seeking new 1L and 2L volunteers – Tuesday May 12 from 5-7 pm in Classroom A

The Street Law program, a project of the Stetson College of Law Juvenile Justice Initiative, is seeking new 1L and 2L volunteers to facilitate workshops in local schools that will educate 7th and 8th grade students about the juvenile justice system, criminal law, and the school-to-prison pipeline. The program will be providing workshops on different topics including Juvenile Justice, Bullying, Conflict Resolution, and the Fourth and Fifth Amendments. If you are interested in teaching law to middle school students, please attend our Orientation Program on Tuesday May 12 from 5-7 pm in Classroom A. Students who teach in the Street Law program will receive legal pro bono hours and will work closely with Professor Scully and the Street Law Leadership Team

Work on this project for those who attend the May 12 training will not begin until the Fall 2015 semester. To find out more about this opportunity, join us on Tuesday, May 12 at 5 pm in Classroom A. Those who participate in this orientation and training will earn two hours of non-legal pro bono. If you plan to attend, please RSVP to  If you are unable to attend, or if you have any questions related to the Street Law program, please email Megan Jarrett at