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Pro Bono Service Program

Students participating in Seton Hall Law’s award-winning Pro Bono Service Program gain critical hands-on experience and the ability to make a difference in someone’s life starting as early as their first year.

A not-for-credit educational experience, the program allows students to volunteer at a nonprofit organization for a semester based on their area of interest, whether that be community development, criminal justice, mental health, youth programs, or something else. Students who take part in the program speak about the practical value of the learning experience and the deep personal satisfaction that comes from working on behalf of others. Clients express deep and lasting gratitude for the assistance they receive, while the community gratefully recognizes the importance of the services students provide.