Street Law announces that its first fall SCOTUS in the Classroom case, Torres v. Madrid, is available. This timely case deals with excessive use of force by the police, qualified immunity, and the meaning of “seizure” in the Fourth Amendment. During the 2020-21 Supreme Court term, Street Law will select the most classroom-relevant, student-friendly cases argued at the U.S. Supreme Court. We provide support for you to conduct moot courts of each, including a case summary and moot court instructions. Mooting a current SCOTUS case can provide a great tie-in to your curriculum, while highlighting current, newsworthy events. Go here to learn more.