Pro Bono clinic

Living out “truth and service”

Who we are

Living out “truth and service”

Every lawyer has a professional responsibility to help make legal services accessible to those unable to afford them. Access to the justice system is essential to the functioning of a democratic society. Even more, access to justice for people of limited means is made possible through pro bono service.

The NCCU School of Law Pro Bono Clinic supports law student participation in pro bono and fosters student commitment to legal public service both during law school and after graduation. The Pro Bono Clinic provides opportunities for students to work with licensed attorneys and legal organizations to provide quality, no to low-cost legal services to individuals in need.

The Pro Bono Clinic coordinates a range of pro bono projects, partnering with community organizations, legal agencies, alumni, and attorneys to lessen the legal services gap for low-income individuals.

Learn more about our program and ways to get involved by checking out the sections below.

Contact Information

Lakethia G. Jefferies
Director of the Pro Bono Clinic
(919) 530-7166 |
NCCU School of Law Legal Clinic