Pro Bono Program

Pro Bono Program

Pro Bono Program

Pro Bono Program

Pro Bono Program

Pro Bono Program

Pro Bono Program

Pro Bono Program

Awards


Individual Student Pro Bono Award Information

One of the cornerstones of any volunteer program is recognition, which can be delivered by many methods and by varied people. On a routine basis signs posted in public spaces in the Law School as well as personal notes recognize volunteers who perform service that stands out.

Annually USC Law Students are honored for their dedicated commitment to the goals of the Pro Bono Program. The criteria and process below explains how these exemplary volunteers are selected.

Total of 11 Pro Bono volunteers awards

Criteria

Process

  1. Solicit nominations from the entire student body
  2. Nominations are be screened by the Pro Bono Board with input from the directors or organizers of the various Pro Bono projects. Additional information is often secured at this point.
  3. Final selection by the Pro Bono Board
  4. Certificates awarded at the Law School Awards Day or a suitable ceremony.

Student Organization Volunteer Achievement Award Information

The goal of this Award is to recognize Law School student organizations that, as a whole have demonstrated the most significant contribution to pro bono activities and volunteer engagement.

Annually an application is distributed to all law school organizations. The Committee chooses the winner based on the following criteria:

Criteria

The factors that will be considered when awarding points are:

The winning organization is announced at the Annual Law School Awards Day and presented with a plaque and a monetary award that can be used by their members to enhance the organization’s pro bono efforts.

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