The University of Arkansas School of Law faculty acknowledges the importance of pro bono contributions by legal professionals, and the law school endeavors to foster a culture of helping those of limited means obtain access to legal services and to the support organizations that serve such persons. The School of Law provides substantial opportunities for law student participation in providing pro bono legal services, including law-related public service activities, and promotes student participation in such opportunities.
Pro Bono Work is defined as any legal work performed by students for which they receive no academic credit and no compensation, which is approved in advance by the Faculty Director of Pro Bono Programs. The work must be overseen by an attorney or member of the law faculty, and included in the list of legal services and activities set forth in Model Rule of Professional Conduct 6.1.
All opportunities posted in the School of Law – Pro Bono subgroup in GivePulse have been approved by the Faculty Director of the Pro Bono Programs as pro bono work.
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