The Public Interest and Pro Bono Project at Duke Law School offers opportunities for law students to engage and reflect on values of service and commitment.
The Pro Bono Project offers more than 100 placements, varying in location, substantive law area, job function, and time requirement, to fit students' interests and needs. Student leadership is key to the program, and public interest activities and pro bono groups are led by a 50-member student board.
Pro Bono opportunities for students are provided in a wide range of substantive areas of the law. In addition, students enjoy a variety of public interest events that foster a community that values service.
Recurring events include:
Associate Dean for Public Interest and Pro Bono
Duke Law School