OJEN has over 200 classroom resources available at no cost, in English or French, for use in classrooms or community agencies. These resources are for general educational use and are not legal advice. Anyone dealing with legal issues should consult a lawyer for confidential, specific legal advice.
There are three ways to search for a classroom resource:
1. Resource type -- if you are looking for a specific type of resource, such as a case summary or a mock hearing scenario, select from the list at the left to browse through each resource type.
2. Area of law -- click on one of the areas of law listed below to see all of the classroom resource related to that topic.
3. Keyword search -- search for a resource by entering text in the search field in the upper right corner. For example, you could enter a case name, legal concept, or a grade level to see all of the relevant results. This searches the whole website and will show you classroom resources or programs relating to your search.
Resources have been developed for teachers teaching law, and for judges, lawyers and other justice sector volunteers when speaking with students.
OJEN retains the copyright in all these resources. OJEN resources cannot be modified or replayed without prior written permission.