Nonprofit legal service providers, government agencies, and community organizations may request student volunteers to provide law-related service. Each law student must be supervised by an attorney. While we cannot guarantee the availability of volunteers, the Pro Bono Program will publicize all appropriate opportunities to Pro Bono Program members and the general Suffolk Law community, and will assist interested students in contacting placements.
To request student volunteers, complete the Volunteer Student Request Form and return it (preferably by email) to:
Mia B. Friedman, Esq.
Director of Public Interest and Pro Bono Programs
Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service
Suffolk University Law School
120 Tremont Street, Suite 110
Boston, MA 02108
t. 617.573.8644 (main)
t. 617.305.6241 (direct)
Volunteer requests will be posted on the law school's career services management system for all Suffolk Law students to view, and will also be publicized to students who are enrolled in the Pro Bono Program.