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Pro bono service is a key component in the leadership development of Duke Law students. 

The Pro Bono Program offers students experiential learning opportunities through volunteer pro bono work with non-profits, government agencies, private firms, and Duke Law faculty. Under the supervision of licensed attorneys, students contribute to public service, develop their legal and professional skills, build relationships important to their future careers, and work to address unmet legal needs.

Most opportunities are open to all J.D. and LL.M. students with options to fit personal interests and time commitments.

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Note: The Office of Public Interest & Pro Bono does not provide any legal advice, representation or counsel on any legal matter or case.

If you are seeking legal assistance, please contact the North Carolina Lawyer Referral Service.

Current Students:

Contact D.J. Dore, Director of Pro Bono