Outlaw and BLSA present AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Pro Bono Program Training
Want to rack up some Pro Bono Hours? Not sure if you’d like public interest but want to try it? Interested in employment discrimination, low-income clients, or health law?
Get involved with the
AIDS Legal Council of Chicago Pro Bono Program
hosted by Outlaw and Black Law Students Association
Donate as little as a few hours or as much as an entire quarter to volunteer performing legal intake for the AIDS Legal Council of Chicago at the CORE Center, a health center dedicated to serving those with infectious diseases.
In order to volunteer, you are required to attend the mandatory training held in the Courtroom on Thursday, January 13, from 5-8 PM (THE TIME HAS BEEN CHANGED FROM 4-7 to 5-8). Please bring your laptop. A signup sheet for this year will be distributed. Pizza will be ordered, thanks to generous funding by the Office of the Dean of Students.
Any University of Chicago law student can participate, from LLMs to 1Ls. The training and the legal intake hours qualify as Pro Bono Hours.
Log the hours here : http://www.law.uchicago.edu/publicinterest/probono.
Please RSVP for the training to Lea Madry at email@example.com by Wednesday Jan 12 at noon. You can also attend without RSVPing, but it is preferred because ALCC will be distributing flash drives.
If you have questions about the program, please email Nebula Li at firstname.lastname@example.org .