Street law is a legal awareness programme designed to enable law students and others make school children, prisoners, and members of communities aware of their legal rights and where to obtain assistance. Street law explains to people “on the street” how the law affects them in their daily lives and helps people to understand how the law works and how it can protect them.  Street law students, like legal aid clinic students, obtain valuable insights into social justice issues in the communities they serve.  GAJE members are actively involved in such initiatives, and Street Law training workshops were conducted at the GAJE conferences in India and Argentina.