Summer Stipend Recipients

Jennifer Roth
My experience at this internship has been incredible and unforgettable.  I assisted an attorney with research for her oral argument in front of...

Upcoming Events

Open Door Speaker Series - The Traditional Side of Things

Sounding the Alarm on Mass Incarceration

Open Door Speaker Series - The Traditional Side of Things

Sounding the Alarm on Mass Incarceration

New York Area Info Session
MAR
05
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
The Ainsworth, 122 West 26th Street (btw 6th & 7th), New York, NY
New York City Alumni Networking Reception
MAR
05
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
The Ainsworth, 122 West 26th Street (btw 6th & 7th), New York, NY
360°of a Large Corporate Deal
MAR
19
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
RWU Law | Bristol, Rhode Island
Accepted Students Day
MAR
21
9:00 am - 3:15 pm
RWU Law, 10 Metacom Avenue, Bristol, RI 02809
Sounding the Alarm on Mass Incarceration - Moving Beyond the Problem and Toward Solutions
MAR
27
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
RWU School of Law, Bristol, Rhode Island


Checklist

Below is a quick list of ways RWU law students can meet the NY pro bono requirement rule through RWU Law programs. This should be used as an initial guide for identifying ways you may have already met the NY pro bono requirement. Once you have identified a program that may qualify, please make sure you read the NY rule, FAQs, and the Affidavit of Compliance at: http://www.nycourts.gov/attorneys/probono/baradmissionreqs.shtml.

I have completed one of the following RWU Law Clinics:

  • Immigration
  • Criminal Defense

I have completed one of the following RWU Clinical Externship Programs (in-house corporate externships do not count):

  • Public Interest Externship
  • Prosecution
  • Environmental
  • Judicial

I have completed my pro bono requirement doing one of the following:

  • A Pro Bono Collaborative Project that involved supervision by an attorney or a judge.
  • A pro bono placement with a legal services organization.
  • A pro bono placement with a federal, state or local government agency.
  • A pro bono placement with a public defender’s or prosecutor’s office.