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Student Pro Bono Groups

The Law School supports several internationally focused pro bono projects. These established and active projects are each led by a student executive board and offer unique leadership and practice opportunities.

Pro Bono IHRA

International Human Rights Advocates (IHRA)

The International Human Rights Advocates (IHRA) are passionate advocates for human rights within the United States and around the world. 


International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP)

The International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) brings together law students and supervising attorneys to aid individual clients and their families at various stages of the refugee and resettlement process.


Penn Law Immigrant Rights Project (PLIRP)

The Penn Law Immigrants’ Rights Project (PLIRP) is dedicated to providing legal services to people from around the world who hope to call the United States their home.

Visit the Toll Public Interest Center (TPIC) for information on Pro Bono Projects. For questions on projects, please contact Alisha Rodriguez, Associate Director for Access to Justice Initiatives.


Student Voices on Pro Bono Projects