What is Street Law

„Experience law differently. In a playful and interactive way. With lawyers.“


High school students participated in our activities.


Lawyers completed our program.


Moot courts organised.

About Street Law

The Street Law programme helps non-lawyers navigate in the complex world of law. The key principle of Street Law is cooperation between a law school and other schools, public institutions or the non-profit sector. Law students or graduated lawyers deliver various seminars and workshops to the public, addressing legal knowledge, skills and values.

Activities organized within the Street Law programme are both practical and interactive including such methods as discussions, role playing or simulated court hearings.

We are convinced that both lawyers and the public benefit from interactiong through Street Law activities.

We offer

The Street Law team of Charles University in Prague engages in various activities aimed at interactive legal education of the public. We believe that the law students and alumni are able to work well together and this cooperation may indeed be mutually enriching.

We offer several courses to law schools students, which teach them the basics of law didactics and then offer them the opportunity to teach –high school students and many other non-lawyers. For many years, we have been cooperating with numerous high schools and provide them with resources and legal expertise to teach their students well. We organize seminars, simulated court hearings and visits to local courts. On our website, teachers can find many useful materials including lesson plans, activities or educational videos that hopefully helps them to teach even better.

We are always looking for new opportunities and accepting new challenges to promote our cause.

Contact us

Contact us by an e-mail streetlaw@streetlaw.eu. We will get back to you as soon as possible, but no later than within three workdays. If we by a bad chance fail to respond, we kindly ask you to resend your message since the original one was apparently lost.

You can also visit us on Facebook.

We look forward to your ideas, suggestions, questions or any kind of inspiration.