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Pro Bono Service

Penn Law aims to promote an ethic of service in all students while encouraging them to develop professional skills and enhance their legal education. 

The centerpiece of Penn Law’s pledge to service is a graduation obligation of at least 70 hours of pro bono legal work. As the hub of public interest activities at Penn Law, the Toll Public Interest Center coordinates a wide range of pro bono initiatives, including internal pro bono projects and the many external opportunities that students pursue. Penn Law students perform pro bono services for hundreds of nonprofits, government and legal services agencies, and law firms locally, nationally, and globally.

Penn Law’s passion for pro bono: 90% of the graduating class of 2016 exceeded the 70 hour pro bono requirement.

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The Requirement

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LLM Students

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State Bar

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Doing Pro Bono at Penn

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Seeking Pro Bono Help?

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Record Your Hours Online