Equal Justice Works is hosting a three-part series of panels on law school pro bono, a hot topic on campuses across the nation.
Hear from experts from schools that vary geographically, in size, and in their available resources. We’ll discuss:
- A brief overview of potential pro bono models.
- Spreading the word and gaining support on your campus – with whom you should work, and how: administration, faculty, students, community partners.
- Key components of any pro bono program, including tracking hours and soliciting feedback from participants.
Jill Friedman, Acting Assistant Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest, Rutgers School of Law – Camden
Alexis Martinez-Fedrizzi, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs, Elon University School of Law
Nic Rangel, Post-Graduate Pro Bono Fellow, Albany Law School