Are you currently working on a pro bono case and need student assistance?
The Philadelphia area law schools can help!
Listed below are profiles of each law school's programs. Once you have reviewed the school profiles, fill out the linked form underneath the school of your choice. Volunteers are welcome to submit forms for one or more law schools.
Public Service and Pro Bono Programs
Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law
|Rashida West, Esq.||Director for Pro Bono and Public Interest Programs|
|3320 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19104||Phone: (215) 571-4722|
|Fax: (215) 571-4763||Rashida.T.West@drexel.edu|
Pro Bono Program: One of Drexel Law’s founding principles is a commitment to professionalism. The Pro Bono Program at Drexel Law will instill in our students a sense of duty to work in the public interest throughout their legal careers. While at Drexel, our students will use their skills and knowledge to provide legal services to individuals or groups traditionally underserved by the private bar.
For more information about Drexel's Public Interest Program, please go to: http://drexel.edu/law/
To request a Drexel Volunteer, click here
Rutgers - Camden Law School
|Eve Biskind Klothen, Esq.||Assistant Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest Programs|
|Phone: (856) firstname.lastname@example.org|
Pro Bono Program: The Pro Bono Program currently consists of several projects:
- 1) The Bankruptcy Project
- 2) The Pro Bono Mediation Project
- 3) The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program
- 4) The Domestic Violence Pro Bono Project
- 5) The Pro Bono Research Project
- 6) The Immigration Project
- 7) The Children's SSI Project
- 8) The Financial Literacy Project
- 9) The Election Protection Project
- 10) The Street Law Project
To learn more details about each of these projects, go to www-camlaw.rutgers.edu/probono The Rutgers-Camden Law School Pro Bono Program is staffed by Assistant Dean for Pro Bono and Public Interest Programs, Eve Biskind Klothen who can be reached at 856-225-6608 or at email@example.com, and the Pro Bono Coordinator Colleen McNally, who can be reached at (856) 225-6406 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To request a Rutgers Volunteer, click here
Temple University, Beasley School of Law
|Maureen Olives, Esq.||Director of Public Interest Programs|
|1719 North Broad St.,Philadelphia, PA 19122||Phone: (215) 204-3705|
|Fax: (215) email@example.com|
Public Service/Pro Bono Programs: Temple has supported pro bono through its Public Interest Experience (PIE) program since 1993. Students work at one of the region's public interest organizations during the school year, in conjunction with pro bono lawyers on particular projects or cases, or on seasonal projects such as low income tax preparation and education.
Please contact Maureen Olives at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-204-3705 for more information.
To request a Temple Volunteer, click here
University of Pennsylvania School of Law
|Arlene Rivera Finkelstein, Esq.||Assistant Dean, Toll Public Interest Center|
|3400 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, PA 19104-2604||Phone: (215) 898-0459|
|Fax: (215) email@example.com|
Public Service/Pro Bono Programs: Go to www.law.upenn.edu and click on Public Service on the left-hand side to find out more about Penn's program.
To request a Penn Volunteer, click here
Villanova University School of Law
|Elizabeth Dunn, Esq.||Director of Public Service Careers and Pro Bono Programs|
|Office of Career Strategy and Advancement||Villanova University School of Law|
|299 N. Spring Mill Rd., Villanova, PA 19085||Phone: (610) 519-7228|
|Fax: (610) firstname.lastname@example.org|
Pro Bono Program: Villanova is committed to serving those in need. Our pro bono programs reflect this commitment and students assist our community through many institutional and ad hoc pro bono projects. Our signature pro bono program is Lawyering Together, an innovative partnership involving law students, practicing attorneys, the law school and public interest organizations. We pair students and attorneys together to work on a pro bono case assigned through one of our partner agencies, as well as matching students with attorneys already working on pro bono cases. For more information, go to: www.law.villanova.edu and click on Public Interest/Pro Bono.
To request a Villanova Volunteer, click here
Widener University School of Law
|Sydney Howe-Barksdale, Esq.||Director, Public Interest Resource Center|
|Delaware Campus||Law Building Room 206/207|
|4601 Concord Pike, P.O. Box 7474||Wilmington, DE 19803|
|Phone: (302) 477-2214||Fax: (302) 477-2706|
The Pro Bono Partnership Program is one of the Public Interest Resource Center's many public interest initiatives. Our students' work spans three states: Delaware, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Students are teamed with practicing attorneys who take cases from public interest agencies. Students also do remote research projects for public interest agencies in need of additional help. For more information about Widener's Public Interest Resource Center go to: www.law.widener.edu/academics.
To request a Widener Volunteer, click here