SCOTUS in the Classroom Cases

Each SCOTUS Term, Street Law selects the most classroom-relevant, student-friendly cases as our SCOTUS in the Classroom Cases. Teachers are encouraged to hold moot courts or mini-moot courts of the case the same weeks that the Supreme Court hears arguments, giving students the opportunity to follow discussion and analysis in the news and listen to or read a transcript of the actual oral arguments at the Court. 

We release each SCOTUS in the Classroom case in the days or weeks leading up to its oral argument. We provide a case summary and links to case briefs, news articles, oral argument recording and transcript, and the opinion of the Court (after the decision is handed down). 

Cases from the current Term:

Conducting moot Courts and mini-moot courts: