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Organizations, Agencies, Firms, and Attorneys

pro bono program

Students at Boston College Law School are eager to aid non-profit and government agencies, law firms, and individual attorneys who seek assistance with pro bono work.  They can assist you with research, writing, litigation preparation, client interviewing, counseling, community education, advocacy, and a variety of other assignments.

We welcome you to submit opportunities for our students.  If you have a possible pro bono placement for BC Law students, please use the submission form below or email Please include the name of your agency or firm, your contact information, a description of the placement, and an estimate of the time commitment.



Name of Organization, Agency, or Firm:

Name of Supervising Attorney(s):

Type of Organization:

 Non-Profit/Legal Services
 Government Agency
 Law Firm
 Student Organization
 Individual Attorney


Number of Students Needed:

Estimated Hours/Week:

Start Date:

End Date (if known):

Description of Position:

Please click to select the type of work that best describes what your organization is doing (you may select more than one).

 AIDS/HIV Issues
 Animal Rights
 Children's Rights
 Civil Liberties
 Civil Rights
 Community Development
 Consumer Law
 Criminal - Prosecution
 Crimina - Defense
 Death Penalty
 Domestic Violence
 Elder Law
 Education Law
 Environmental Law
 Family Law
 Health/Mental Health
 Homelessness Issues
 Housing Law
 Human Rights
 Immigration Law
 International Development
 Juvenile Rights
 LGBT Rights
 Native American Law
 Nonprofit Law
 Poverty Law
 Prisoners' Rights
 Public Benefits
 Racial/Ethnic Justice
 Reproductive Rights
 Tax Law
 Women's Issues

Thank you for submitting your opportunity to the BC Law Pro Bono Program! Upon submission of this form, you will be returned to the Pro Bono Program homepage.