Pro Bono Program

The legal profession is one of service. Students who participate in the Washburn Law Pro Bono Program are able to demonstrate to employers a commitment to serving the community and an enhanced practical legal experience. While lawyers must make a living, they must also use their unique legal skill set to better the communities in which they live. Attorneys achieve this by providing pro bono – or volunteer – legal assistance. Washburn Law students who participate in pro bono projects learn the value of this service and personal benefits that come from helping others. Pro bono work is a wonderful combination of gaining legal experience, interacting with legal professions, and serving the community.

The Washburn Pro Bono Program is not equipped to accept inquiries from the public seeking direct legal representation.
If you have a legal matter please see the Washburn Law Clinic's Information for Potenial Clients.

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Director of Pro Bono
Photograph: Tammy King, Assistant Dean for Professional Development (and pro bono).

Tammy King
Assistant Dean for Professional Development
Phone: (785) 670-1703

ABA Standard 302(b)(2)
A law school shall offer substantial opportunities for...student participation in pro bono activities.