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What is Legal Services?
Legal Services advocates provide legal service in civil matters to low-income Arkansans. Legal Services advocates assist clients differently depending on each client’s unique situation. As a legal services intern, you will gain critical experience for your future legal career by:
Arkansas Law School Pro Bono Opportunities For Students
UALR William H. Bowen School of Law Pro Bono Opportunities
1201 McMath Avenue, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202
Description: The pro bono program began placing credited externships with the Center for Arkansas Legal Services in 2009. Kelly Terry is the Director of the Public Service Externship Program and Pro Bono Opportunities. UALR Students should contact Professor Kelly Terry about pro bono and vounteer opportunities. Your donated time counts towards the Dean's Certificate of Service.
Please note: Members of the general public who are interested in receiving legal services should contact our Legal Clinic at 501.324.9441.
University of Arkansas School of Law Pro Bono Program
Waterman Hall, University of Arkansas School of Law, Fayetteville, AR 72701
Description: The pro bono program is in its second year. Susan Williams, pro bono coordinator for the University Of Arkansas School of Law, can be contacted for a list of pro bono opportunities available to University of Arkansas School of Law Students.
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Help meet the overwhelming need for access to the justice system for moderate-income individuals and increase your business while serving lower income clients.
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