Akron Law Community Service/Pro Bono Opportunities - Complete Listing
Legal Aid eligible clients are provided with simple estate planning documents: Wills, Durable Powers of Attorney, Health Care Powers of Attorney, and Living Wills through clinics held each quarter in Summit, Stark, Mahoning, and Trumbull Counties.
The Jerome L. Holub Pro Bono Bankruptcy Project is a collaborative project between the Akron Bar Association, Community Legal Aid, and The University of Akron School of Law.
Copley High School is looking for Akron Law students who are interested in serving as judges for the school’s Speech and Debate Team with events including Public Forum Debate, Lincoln-Douglas Debate, and perhaps Student Congress Debate.
The HEAL program is seeking a volunteer law student who is interested in developing skills in the following areas: client interviewing, case management, document drafting, document review, and drafting advice letters.
This is an in-house clinic staffed by volunteer law students. The clinic assists low-income clients with trying to obtain a pardon from the governor of Ohio.
Expungement is the process of sealing criminal records. Convictions, dismissals and no bills can be sealed. As a volunteer in the Expungement clinic you will interview low income clients and conduct research to determine if the client is eligible for expungement.
The Summit County CASA Program is seeking dedicated volunteers to serve as advocates for abused and neglected children.
The University of Akron Institute for Teaching and Learning - Service Learning (ITL/SL)
Presents students with exposure to a wide variety of community service projects utilizing well developed contacts and addressing specific needs.