Memphis Law's Pro Bono Program is designed to nurture its students' ethical obligations and provide students with opportunities to gain practical, hands-on experience while helping improve the lives of under-represented individuals.

Memphis Law is one of a select group of law schools in the country that requires students to engage in pro bono work during law school. Students are required to complete 40 hours of supervised pro bono work in order to graduate. For more information on the program, please see the "Pro Bono" section of the Memphis Law website, located under "Career Services."

Please click the link below for information on health law related pro bono opportunities.

Health Law Pro Bono Opportunities