to our Pro Bono Award recipients, new officers and welcome to our new Board members!
Over the next 24 hours we ask that you estimate the number of hours you have spent in the past academic year engaged in Pro Bono Program projects. Estimate your time as a GAL, conducting intake at the HELP Clinic, prepared wills, answered questions at a Friday Blitz, researched for a pro bono client, cooked soup or chili, interviewing clients or any of a myriad of other projects. It is simple: click on this link, answer three questions and you are done! http://bit.ly/ProBonoPoll
Thank you in advance for taking 1 minute to report and for the unlimited time you have given making a difference!
Have questions? No problem, we have answers contact the Pro Bono Program at: Robinspd@law.sc.edu
For 24 hours we ask that all USC Law students who have engaged in any manner with the Pro Bono Program, ESTIMATE the hours of service they have performed since August, 2018.
We know that “collecting hours” is not your motivation for your pro bono service but just for fun we thought it would be fun to capture that data! Sorry but time spent in Clinics, Externships and student organization is not what we are gathering.
Your service is priceless as is your time
Watch for Law School Inbox for the link to the very short poll!
It will only be available for 24 hours on April 10th
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