Law students and new attorneys learned about pro bono volunteer and internship opportunities at organizations like Community Legal Services and Counseling Center (CLSACC) at Monday’s Pro Bono Fair.
On Monday, over two hundred law students and new lawyers gathered at Suffolk Law School to learn about volunteer opportunities at the annual Pro Bono Fair. Each year the BBA and Suffolk Law School team up to connect law students and new attorneys interested in giving back with local legal services organizations, nonprofits, and government agencies seeking assistance. If you missed the event but still want to get involved, click here to view the guide to learn how you can help.
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Project Citizenship shared internship and volunteer opportunities with attendees.
Lynn Girton, the Pro Bono Director at Veterans Legal Services, spoke with law students and lawyers about opportunities to assist veterans.
Milton Wong, a staff attorney at the Volunteer Lawyers Project, offered attendees additional information about the various pro bono opportunities at his organization.