Immigration Clinic Adjustment of Status Bro Bono Opportunity

On Friday March 13 3:30-7:30, the LSU Immigration Clinic will hold an adjustment of status clinic on campus.  All student volunteers are eligible for pro-bono hours, the clinic is primarily looking for translators and individuals who can photocopy documents or other administrative work. Email pgerson@lsu.edu with your interest and availability!

PILS Banquet Boil and Getting More Hours

Are you only a few Pro Bono and/or Community Service hours away from the 10 hour requirement and being able to attend the hottest public interest crawfish boil/banquet of the year?  Don't sweat it, you can email our Pro Bono Chair Kaylin Jolivette and our Community Service Chair Kurtis Johnson

How To: Finding a Public Interest Job – and Getting Paid

Come get great tips on cover letters, resume building, career paths, fellowships, stipends, and more, all while being treated to lunch!  Come take part in PILS Career Month as we continue showcasing the best strategies for aspiring public interest lawyers. February 18, Room 106 12:40-1:40.

PILS March General Meeting

Come hear Amy Duncan of LSBA’s LIFT program speak today at 12:40! LIFT stands for Legal Innovators for Tomorrow (LIFT). LIFT is designed to provide new attorneys with the resources and tools they need to build innovative, public interest-focused solo practices that increase access to legal services for low and moderate income residents of

Rural Legal Summer Corps

The Rural Summer Legal Corps Program connects public interest law students with civil legal aid organizations to address pressing legal issues facing rural communities.  To prepare for the 2020 program, Equal Justice Works and Legal Services are actively recruiting students to fill 30 positions nationwide. Rural Summer Legal Corps Information 

PILS Spring Day of Service

Clear your calendar for the upcoming PILS Spring Day of Service on Saturday, February 8!  For the 1L section with the most participants, volunteers will receive one free cold call pass for Professor Devlin's class.  LSU Law alumni will  also attend the event and lunch afterwards in order to meet

Boo @ The Zoo Community Service Opportunity!

Greetings from the Baton Rouge Zoo, Would you like to help with the Zoo's annual merry-not-scary trick-or-treating extravaganza?! Then come volunteer at Boo at the Zoo on October 19, 20, 26, & 27! We are looking for volunteers to help with handing out candy, the hay maze, and more! If your organization would like

Committee Members and Class Representatives Needed!

Committees are a unique opportunity for 1Ls to be part of a club during their first year, and are also a great was to participate in PILS without the full responsibility of a board member! We are currently in need of committee members for the following groups: Community Service Pro-Bono Careers