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
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
Dear all current 1Ls:
The Access to Justice Developing Leadership Intern Program is a unique opportunity for rising 2Ls who are interested in careers in the public interest to gain the insight and skills needed to become the next generation of access to justice leaders. The program will be held over
Day of the Mentor was established to bring awareness to the service of mentoring and to motivate members of our community to get involved and make a difference in the life of a child. This rewarding event matches individuals in the community to spend a day with youth who would
Fall Day of Service was a huge success! Almost 70 people showed up to lend a helping hand to great organizations in the Baton Rouge area! PILS thanks everyone who showed up!
Looking for an opportunity to earn several Pro-Bono hours? Come volunteer for the VITA Program with the Tax Law Society! VITA is the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program; LSU Law holds a preparation site annually, helping to assist international students, researchers, and professors with their federal and state tax returns. No
Want to play with puppies and get community service hours for it?! Come on out to CAA on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 12 p.m. - 4 p.m and help out at our local animal shelter. We're going to have a doggone good time! Email Virginia Brown at email@example.com to sign up or for