A legal education doesn’t necessarily begin on a law school campus.

At least 200 high schools across the country offer a curriculum organized around law and justice, according to a new directory compiled by the Law School Admission Council and Street Law, a nonprofit group centered on educating young people about the legal system. Those schools vary in their focus—some are dedicated to policing and corrections, while others emphasize public service, leadership and related topics.

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