Marquette University Law School in the Community

Two words Marquette Law School takes seriously are "Public Service."

What do we mean in saying that?

Our legal clinics serve low-income people at five locations—the House of Peace, the Milwaukee County Veterans Service Office, the Sojourner Family Peace Center, the United Community Center, and the Milwaukee Justice Center. Plus, we have a Mobile Legal Clinic that goes where people who need service are. And we put on estate- planning clinics in several locations.

4,300 clients are served annually. Of those, 70% live at or below 125% of the federal poverty level.

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Pro Bono Opportunities
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Pro Bono Involvement

Marquette Lawyers are involved in a variety of pro bono opportunities. The Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic enjoys the company of over 230 volunteer attorneys each year, many of whom are Marquette alumni.

Volunteer Legal Clinic
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Community Outreach

The Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinic is a brief legal advice and referral service staffed by volunteer law students working with, and supervised by licensed attorneys.