Street Law's interactive methods focus on legal issues relevant to students' lives as they help students develop the knowledge and skills essential in our law-related society. Features: - Intellectual property coverage invites students to consider issues related to ownership of ideas. - Case Studies illustrate legal issues in the context of real-life and hypothetical situations. - FYIs contain practical information for dealing with various legal problems. - Human Rights U.S.A. offers an opportunity to study human rights issues in the United States. - Law in Action uses hypothetical scenarios to explain legal processes. - You Be the Judge involves students in considering and deciding the outcome of a legal situation. - Where You Live highlights variations in local law and procedures and highlights law where students live. - Youth Act helps students learn how to advocate for change in their community and how to solve problems without going to court. - Legal Documents are reproduced in the text to aid students' understanding.