Law students who wish to volunteer their time to promote a positive image for law students, the legal profession, and the justice system can find many options available to them from various legal sources. This page contains a few of those resources.
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Participate in the Activities of Your Bar Association
At the American Bar Association, Sections, Divisions and Forum Committees draw their membership from law professionals with common professional interests, and operate much like independent bar associations with their own officers, dues and committees. They address professional development, improvement of laws, and continuing education through the work of committees, publications, periodicals and journals.
Many ABA Sections, Divisions and Forums offer free or substantially reduced law student membership fees.
Other Resources to Find Opportunities to Volunteer
Pro Bono and Public Service
Serves as the ABA’s center of activity for the development and promotion of pro bono policies and initiatives. Activities include fostering the development of pro bono programs and activities by law firms, bar associations, corporate legal departments, law schools, government attorney offices and others; analyzing the scope and function of pro bono programs; and proposing and reviewing legislation that affects lawyers’ ability to provide pro bono legal services. Tell me more