The Pro Bono Program was established in the fall of 1997 as a division of the UNC Law Office of Public Service Programs. It has since connected law students with hundreds of pro bono projects under the supervision of practicing attorneys in both public interest and private practice. The program is administered by a 12-student board and one faculty supervisor who work throughout the year with community partners, legal aid offices, law school student groups, professors, alumni, private attorneys, and fellow students to facilitate individual pro bono projects, special clinics, and group trips in which students can participate.
Pro bono projects are available to all students, and students can get involved as soon as their first semester of their 1L year. During the 2014-2015 school year:
This website provides information and support to the law students of UNC and the lawyers and organizations associated with the UNC School of Law Pro Bono Program. We do not provide direct help to the general public. If you are seeking legal assistance, please check the North Carolina Bar Association's Referral Service. If you need help to develop resources to assist people needing pro bono legal assistance, please see the NCBA Public Resources.