Columbia Law School

Columbia Law School

Lisa Kim, Pro Bono Program Coordinator


Columbia Law School’s implementation of its pro bono requirement the Law School expresses its conviction that service pro bono publico (“for the public good”) is a cornerstone of every attorney’s professional responsibilities. Columbia’s “mandatory pro bono program,” which requires that students perform at least 40 hours of uncompensated, public interest work in order to graduate, is non-ideological and is shaped by student interests and needs as well as requests by public interest lawyers and organizations.

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