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Public Service:
Pro Bono Participation at Record High

Pro Bono Participation at Record High

THE PUBLIC SERVICE Program’s pro bono requirement continues to serve as the cornerstone of the Law School’s commitment to public service. The Program placed a record 373 students during fall 2003 – a 22 percent increase over the previous fall. In addition, employer participation was up 28 percent, with nearly 1,200 slots available. New to the program is the Human Rights Project through which law students provide legal assistance to Amnesty International and the Prisoners’ Rights Project, a joint collaboration of the Institutional Law Project and the Pennsylvania Prison Society.

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