The Pro Bono Program at the University of North Carolina School of Law is one of a kind. Since the Pro Bono Program's inception in 1997, students have been connected with hundreds of projects. Last year, Carolina law students completed over 35,954 hours of Pro Bono work, worth $771,932.
Pro Bono projects not only benefit the community at large, but the students who participate in them as well. Accessibility to work experience, while still in school, is a privilege that allows students the opportunity to gain skills, network with potential employers, and build a platform for success. Participation in the Pro Bono Program has become, and will continue to be, a staple of the UNC Law experience. Even though projects offered may vary from year to year, the Pro Bono Program has several long standing traditions and a few traditions in the making. Participating in these Pro Bono Program traditions means getting the full UNC Law experience.
The Pro Bono Bucket List was created with the Program’s history and goals in mind, as a vehicle for students to experience the best that the Program has to offer. Participate in each item () on the Ultimate Pro Bono Bucket List and get the full UNC Law experience!
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Posted by Olivia E. Taylor on Wed. October 28, 2015 1:40 PM