Pro Bono

Introduction

Pro bono work is volunteer legal and non-legal work done without credit or compensation that law students perform to benefit individuals, groups or organizations whose resources are limited. This is your chance to make a difference!

Pro Bono helps law students develop an awareness of their ethical and professional responsibilities to provide service to their community. Pro Bono work is volunteer legal and non-legal work done without credit or compensation that law students perform to benefit individuals, groups or organizations whose resources are limited. Participation in the program provides students with the opportunity to perform valuable community service while learning about the legal needs of the underserved and developing the legal skills and gaining the experience necessary to help meet those needs.

We encourage each of you to participate in at least one pro bono experience during your law school career. You won't be sorry! Pro bono work not only benefits the community, but allows you to get the kind of hands-on experience and feedback that is difficult to find elsewhere.

Pro Bono's Mission

The mission of the Pro Bono Project is to help law students develop an awareness of their ethical and professional responsibilities to provide service to their community.

Participation in the program provides students with the opportunity to perform valuable community service while learning about the legal needs of the underserved and developing the legal skills and gaining the experience necessary to help meet those needs.

Pro Bono Contact Information

Faculty Advisor: Professor Karen Millard

E-mail: probono@fcsl.edu

Telephone No.: (904) 256-1136