Pro Bono Training & Scheduling
Each semester, trainings are hosted for students getting involved in pro bono projects. Recorded training sessions are available for students unable to attend live. Online viewing links are posted below.
In conjunction with completing a pro bono training, students must submit the Pro Bono Code of Conduct and read the accompanying memorandum regarding the professional responsibilities of law students engaged in pro bono work. Students also should review the Pro Bono FAQs to answer any questions about pro bono generally or a particular project.
- Marquette Volunteer Legal Clinics (MVLC): Training Materials from 8/26/21
- Milwaukee Justice Center (MJC) Family Law Forms Clinic: Training Video from 8/26/21
- Civil Legal Help Line: Training Video from 8/26/21
- Student Legal Aid Clinic (SLAC) with Legal Action of Wisconsin: Training Materials for fall 2021 (video passcode: Xb@z^8az)
- Free Legal Answers: Brief Legal Advice by Email: Training Materials
- Estate Planning Clinic: Training Video for fall 2021
- Expungement and Pardon Clinic: Training Materials from September 2021
- Adult Guardianship Forms Clinic: Training Materials for fall 2021
- Private Minor Guardianship Forms Clinic: Training Materials Not offered fall 2021
- Eviction Records Clean-up Clinic: Training Materials from 8/26/21
- Eviction Defense Project with Legal Action of Wisconsin: Training Materials from 8/26/21
- Domestic Violence Injunction Project: Not offered fall 2021
- Bankruptcy Clinics: Training Materials from August 27, 2021
- Small Business Clinic: Training Materials from 8/26/21
Unemployment Insurance Clinic with Legal Action of Wisconsin: Training Video from 8/26/21
Pro Bono Project Scheduling Survey, Fall 2021
Brand new to pro bono? It's easy to get involved!
Simply watch the most recent pro bono opportunities panel and information session (recorded August 24, 2021). Refer to the pro bono opportunities listing while you watch and submit the pro bono scheduling survey to get set up with a pro bono schedule. (Note: any projects not listed on the pro bono scheduling survey are already full for the semester.)