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Pro Bono Program

A Youth Court bailiff swears in the jury while Emma Quintero, ’12, looks on.

Peer Review

Students at Austin’s Webb Middle School set up their own dispute resolution forum with the help of Law School students and professors.

UT Law Pro Bono Program Sends Thirty-Three Law Students to the Rio Grande Valley

On January 9–14, 2011, thirty-three students and four faculty members from the University of Texas School of Law spent the last week of their winter break in the Texas Rio Grande Valley helping to provide pro bono legal assistance in underserved communities.

Law School to Mark National Pro Bono Celebration with Book Talk and Movie Screening

Joining the American Bar Association’s weeklong National Pro Bono Celebration, the UT Law Pro Bono Program will host two related events highlighting the importance of pro bono work in the legal profession—a book talk by Ian Graham, author of Unbillable Hours: A True Story, and a screening of the film Mario’s Story.