Access to Justice Program
The Access to Justice Program (AJP) promotes a pro bono culture at the Law School by providing administrative support to pro bono organizations, forging ongoing relationships with community partners, and connecting students with opportunities relevant to their interests. We conduct trainings to provide students with the foundational skills required by pro bono work. We manage a forum for students to report and track their pro bono hours. We assist pro bono organizations in involving students and publicizing their activities. We recognize students for their outstanding pro bono achievements and create aspirational goals for students to meet for graduation recognition. Finally, we invest in new opportunities and events to diversify the Law School's pro bono offerings, to enrich pro bono representation in the intellectual life of the school, and to broaden the impact of students' pro bono work.