Lawyers and law students: help us build a cool app for young people

We’re building a brand new mobile quiz app to demystify the law, and we need your help to make it great.

Justice statue, Old Bailey

Do you shout at the telly when the law is misrepresented, worry that viewers are misled by storylines, or simply ponder on the longer-term implications of events in a narrative?

Or do you just like showing off your legal prowess (and inspiring other people to benefit from it, of course)?

Then help us write the app that will challenge tens of thousands of youngsters on legal issues that arise from popular culture.

It’s an extra string to our bow of fun ways to learn about the law, joining our prestigious mock trial competitions, long-running Young Citizen’s Passport guide to the law and acclaimed Lawyers in Schools programme.

And you can be part of it.

So, legal folk, what are you waiting for?
To get involved, simply drop an email to Emma Watts at the Citizenship Foundation.

Views expressed on this blog are not necessarily those of the Citizenship Foundation.

One thought on “Lawyers and law students: help us build a cool app for young people

  1. Hi Emma
    I am currently running a research project that is using gaming as a means to gathering information on children’s understanding of law, and would love to chat to you about your app.

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