315 South Plymouth Ct.
Chicago, IL 60604
Contact: J. Damian Ortiz
Program: Graduate Fellowship
The John Marshall Law School’s Pro Bono Program is a teaching program at the law school that provides legal representation in a wide range of civil and criminal matters. The Program provides an opportunity for students to engage in law-related activities throughout the Chicago metropolitan area. The activities of the students provide a learning experience to develop skills and values that prepare them for the active practice of law. In addition to providing the opportunity to learn these skills and to develop values, the Program is meant to instill in the students a life-long commitment to pro bono work.
Fellows in the Pro Bono Program may have an opportunity to work on pending matters, such as foreclosure mediation, foreclosure litigation, civil rights, police torture, actual innocence and appeals.
This agency is approved to host Graduate Fellows in 2017.