Pro Bono Scholars Program


Date/Time(s)
Thursday, October 22
  • 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Location
ZOOM

Description

If you are in the top half of the class and are scheduled to graduate in May 2022 you may be eligible for the Pro Bono Scholars Program.  

Speakers: Associate Dean Myra Berman and Tom Maligno, Director of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs.  

Students who are accepted into the Pro Bono Scholars Program will spend 12 weeks working full time in a pro bono placement, while also completing an academic component at their law school. Students will have the opportunity to develop quality mentoring relationships and receive invaluable practical training under the supervision of both a practicing lawyer and a faculty member. As an additional benefit for participating in the program, students will be permitted to take the New York bar examination in February of their final year of study, before they graduate. Upon successful completion of the program and any other graduation requirements, students will be awarded their Juris Doctor degree and be admitted to practice as soon as practicable after graduation. Therefore, by participating in the program, students can accelerate the pace at which they can enter the legal market as licensed attorneys.

If you have any questions, please send an email to Tom Maligno at tmaligno@tourolaw.edu. 


Add to Calendar 10/22/2020 5:00:00 PM 10/22/2020 6:00:00 PM America/New_York Pro Bono Scholars Program If you are in the top half of the class and are scheduled to graduate in May 2022 you may be eligible for the Pro Bono Scholars Program. Speakers: Associate Dean Myra Berman and Tom Maligno, Director of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs. Students who are accepted into the Pro Bono Scholars Program will spend 12 weeks working full time in a pro bono placement, while also completing an academic component at their law school. Students will have the opportunity to develop quality mentoring relationships and receive invaluable practical training under the supervision of both a practicing lawyer and a faculty member. As an additional benefit for participating in the program, students will be permitted to take the New York bar examination in February of their final year of study, before they graduate. Upon successful completion of the program and any other graduation requirements, students will be awarded their Juris Doctor degree and be admitted to practice as soon as practicable after graduation. Therefore, by participating in the program, students can accelerate the pace at which they can enter the legal market as licensed attorneys.If you have any questions, please send an email to Tom Maligno at tmaligno@tourolaw.edu. ZOOM

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