UW Law Pro Bono Program

Fulfilling the promise of equal justice through public service.

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October is the ABA's National Pro Bono Celebration Month!

UW Law ProBono Events

  • Tuesday, October 6, 12:30-1:20pm, Room 127- Social Justice Tuesday: Pro Bono at UW Law- Get Trained, Do Pro Bono, Make a Difference: Learn about the Pro Bono Program at UW Law and hear from student leaders about why and how they do pro bono and how you can do it too. All are welcome!
  • Tuesday, October 13, 12:30-1:20pm, 1st Floor Galleria- Social Justice Tuesday: UW Law Pro Bono & Externship Fair. Come meet with representatives from over 40 local legal and government organizations about opportunities for service. All are welcome!
  • Saturday, October 17, 8:30am-3:00pm, Room 127- Annual Pro Bono Core Competencies Training. Are you new to law-related pro bono assistance? Ready to hit the ground running and want to make a difference? Join us for UW Law’s annual training that covers the basics of working with low-income clients and across difference, basic interviewing, professionalism, and issues of trauma and crisis. Check the school’s events calendar for more info about other student-led pro bono project trainings. All are welcome! This training is required for membership into the Pro Bono Honors Society at graduation.

For more information about pro bono at UW Law, please contact Aline Carton-Listfjeld with the Center for Public Service Law at .


Be recognized for your contributions via the Pro Bono Honors Society.

Pro Bono Opportunities for: 

Jessica Shen

[My client and I have] lived incredibly different lives, yet I've found that you can find common ground when you relate to a person as an individual rather than a ‘Person In Need’.

– Jessica Shen '15
John Marlow

I feel obligated to be aware of my duty to give back through pro bono work.

– John Marlow '15

Melody Young

Seeing a case successfully closed with the goal that the client had in mind, I am reminded of how important that work is, not for ourselves, but for the population we serve.

– Melody Young '14
Ryan Thomas

Volunteering has added the human element to my studies and furthered my pursuit of a career that will work for the welfare of the community.

– Ryan Thomas '15
Caitlin Evans

The pro bono work I continue to do and have completed is the highlight of my legal education.

– Caitlin Evans '15

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