Pro Bono Opportunities
Ave Maria School of Law recognizes that law and morality are inherently intertwined. AMSL Students are strongly encouraged to participate in Ave Maria School of Law’s formal Pro Bono Recognition Program. Through this program, administered by the Career Services
Office, students have the opportunity to provide legal or law related service on behalf of low income or underrepresented populations, and non-profits under the supervision of an attorney. Students are not compensated for pro bono work nor do they receive
academic credit. Students who complete at least 40 pro bono service hours are formally recognized at the end of their 3L year.
Students from the Class of 2015 are recognized for their Pro Bono service during an end of the year barbeque.Ave Maria School of Law students are currently volunteering their time and expertise at:
- Collier County Legal Aid Society
- Legal Aid Service of Collier County
- Florida’s Children First
- Guardian ad Litem.
- Law of Life
- Public Defender’s Office
- Redlands Christian Migrant Association
- Volunteer Income Tax Association (VITA)