Street Law

“Street Law: Bridging the gap between the law and the community”


The Street Law Project values the intellectual wealth that education provides and our hope is to utilize this passion by increasing awareness through interactive presentations on topics such as employment and labour laws, women’s rights and cybercrime to the community at large. Street Law aims to influence specific groups within the community by unpacking complicated legal language, and distilling them into understandable presentations. Street Law is an excellent opportunity for students to develop public speaking skills, legal research skills, analysis, planning and coordination skills which are the very foundation for embarking on a career within the legal profession.

We are hoping to recruit 9 eager presenters and legal researchers to the project for this coming school year. We value project inclusion and hope that this situation will influence those outside of law to join our cause - in person or virtually. If you would like to join us or have any questions, please reach out by emailing probono@le.ac.uk.

 

With the COVID-19 situation, we have moved fully online with presentations being uploaded on YouTube for easier access to everyone. Please feel free to follow us on all our social media channels for updates and events on the project!

1. YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCYwcqDnWXcIRKm_hZroA8Kw/about

2. Instagram: https://instagram.com/streetlawuol?igshid=lwb52yg2yl7z

3. Twitter: https://twitter.com/streetlawuol

4. Facebook: www.facebook.com/StreetLawUoL/

Street Law director, Kelvin Tayag

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