All law students are encouraged to complete the Pro Bono Pledge by performing 50 hours of law-related public service before they graduate
At its most basic, the pledge represents the lifelong commitment to public service that lawyers in our society are duty-bound to pursue. As highly trained members of the legal profession, law students and lawyers are uniquely equipped with the skills needed to address some of society’s most pressing problems. For more information, click here.
Fulfilling Your Pro Bono Pledge
Engaging in individual public service can be one of the most rewarding and beneficial experiences during law school. Whether you volunteer to assist refugees and asylum seekers as they navigate the immigration system or coach high school students on a mock trial team, we promise that you will enjoy taking some time away from school to help others in need. For more information, click here.