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Pro Bono Project Submission Form

Pro Bono at CUA Law solicits projects from lawyers in legal services organizations and non-profits, as well as private sector attorneys providing pro bono services.  Attorneys providing pro bono legal services are invited to contact Pro Bono at CUA Law with specific assignments for CUA Law students.  Pro Bono at CUA Law will advertise these projects and try to find a match for submitted projects.  Examples of types of projects include (but are certainly not limited to) research, writing, client in-take, litigation preparation (including transcript and document review), investigation, community education and advocacy.

Please post your pro bono project using the online form below.  Please provide as much detail as possible, and we will do our best to find a student who fits your needs.   

Please note that this form is NOT for posting internships/externships.  If you would like to post a public interest internship or externship (the kind that requires an interview and a longer-term commitment), please email it to OCPD at and we will forward it to our Externship Coordinator.

For further information, contact OCPD at or (202) 319-5132.

Organization Name:
Organization Type(s):

 Government         Legal Services

 Private Firm         Judicial


Organization URL:
Address 1:
Address 2:
Phone (xxx-xxx-xxxx):
Fax Number (xxx-xxx-xxxx):
Contact Name:
E-Mail Address:
Are you a CUA Law Alum?

  Yes    No

If yes, what is your class year?
Description of pro bono project:
Project Type:

 Academic Year   Summer   Winter Break     

 Other (please specify) 


Project Location:

 On site

 Remote location

 Student's choice

Project Dates: From    through 
Project Due Date:
Number of Students Needed:
Hours Expected Per Student:

Eligible Class Levels

(check all that apply):




Required Courses?

  Yes    No

If yes, please specify:

Skill(s) Used in Project:

(check all that apply)

 Appellate Advocacy             Legal Research/Writing     

 Client In-Take/Interviewing    Legislative Advocacy 

 Community Education         Litigation Preparation

 Oral Advocacy                    Internet Research


 Foreign Language (please specify) 

  Other (please specify)

Area(s) of Law:

(check all that apply)

 Civil Rights                  Health Care    

Consumer Law              Housing

 Criminal Defense          Immigration

 Custody/Guardianship   Juvenile Justice

 Death Penalty               Nonprofit/Community Development

 Domestic Violence        Public Benefits

 Education Law              Wills/Trusts

 Environmental Law                                 

 Other (please specify)