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Decide if potential clients have a right, match them with the best lawyer, and win the case. The more clients you serve and the more cases you win, the faster your law firm grows!

iCivics has given their most popular game a complete makeover, blending the original game with the Bill of Rights Edition in one app.

This NEW and IMPROVED version of Do I Have A Right? includes the following features:
- Refreshed content, art, and game mechanics
- Greater customization options for your avatar and law firm
- New support features: illustrated amendments, glossary, and voice over
- Legal Eagle Case Analyzer
- Spanish translation

Sign up for an iCivics account to earn Impact Points and game-based achievements!

Teachers: Check out our classroom resources for Do I Have a Right?. Just visit www.icivics.org!

Learning Objectives: Your students will ...
- Identify rights guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and the 13th, 14th, 15th, 19th, and 26th Amendments.
- Recall the specific amendment that guarantees a particular right.
- Recognize complaints not involving constitutional rights.

Grow your law firm by successfully defending the constitutional rights of your clients.
You'll earn perks like:
-More lawyers to handle more cases
-A coffee machine for extra pep
-Waiting room upgrades for impatient clients
-Ads to drive more clients to your office

What’s New

Version 3.0.1

Completely new version with:
- Refreshed content, art, and game mechanics
- Two modes in one app: Full Edition or Bill of Rights Edition
- New ELL support features and Spanish translation

- Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

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This game is fun and helps me learn some of the rights in the bill of rights but is also entertaining while doing it. It is also simple and easy to learn how to play. However some of the scenarios aren't realistic and most likely wouldn’t happen in real life. Although most of the scenarios are likely it seems that they are very repetitive and some are just stupid and unrealistic. Its very simple and all you have to do is answer if something is a right or not and then send them to court about it. I would recommend it to other people because it is entertaining for your first two games but then it just starts getting boring because it is always the same things and court cases. I think they should improve this by making it have a larger variety of cases and make it so you can have more lawyers.

Nttrot ,


I love this game, I just started playing and I really like the game but I was sad when I got to day 7 and the game ended, could you guys possibly make it so we can have a choice to continue or start a new game. If you continue the game would please make it so you can get a new firm.

SillyRabbitTrix ,

Updates to the game

I find two initial aspects of the game disturbing.

One is that there is no choice of genders for the law firm partners. They are male. Wasn’t icivics founded by a female Supreme Court Justice? What message does this send to people using the app?

Two is the length of the last name for the partner. It’s too short. Must players of the game have shortened last names? When playing the game it should allow me to represent myself, not some shortened, possibly anglicized, name.

None the less I like the concept of the game.


iCivics, Inc.
142.1 MB

Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.



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