Students have the option to participate in the Pro Bono Recognition Program, which honors law students who have successfully completed at least 50 hours of pro bono legal work at approved sites. For this program, law students may do pro bono legal work under the supervision of a licensed attorney in a variety of settings.The work must be done without fee or expectation of remuneration or academic credit and may involve legal services for persons of limited means or participation in projects for improving the law, the legal system, or the legal profession.Licensed attorneys are always needed to supervise students who are completing legal pro bono service. You can get involved in many different ways, such as:
Contact Mary J. Nienaber, Pro Bono Coordinator (614-236-6394) for more information on how to get involved with students’ pro bono work.
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