Street Law is a community-based, student-run project that aims to improve legal understanding among local people.

Students work together to distribute useful legal knowledge to people in the local communities who would not normally have easy access to the legal issues and information that might affect them. This knowledge is delivered free of charge via interactive presentations to organisations such as Youth Clubs, the WI and secondary schools.

Recent News
  • Public Legal Education
    IMATT College organised a one-day Public Legal Education Programme at the IMATT International Secondary School, Kingtom, Freetown on the 19th October, 2018. The Programme is funded by Open Society […]
  • Street Law in Secondary Schools
    Michael Serota, Contributor Lawyer, Writer We ought to be teaching our nation’s students about law, rights, and the operation of our system of justice. A future generation of law-abiding, […]