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Learning by Doing: Volunteer Opportunities

Service in the public interest is a hallmark of student life at Chicago-Kent. Each year our students donate their time and talents to dozens of pro bono projects. Our student-run Public Interest Resource Center acts as a clearinghouse to link students with numerous pro bono opportunities each semester.

Representative Student Volunteer Activities

Illinois Attorney General's Office, Consumer Protection Division & Special Litigation Division-Medical Fraud Research

Autism Legislation Project

Office of the State Appellate Defender, Illinois

Chicago Legal Clinic

Legal Assistance Foundation of Metropolitan Chicago

Illinois Department of Finance and Professional Regulation

Self-Help Web Center at the Daley Center

Cabrini Green Legal Aid

Horizons for Youth

Lawyers' Committee for Better Housing

American Diabetes Association

U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of the General Counsel

New Orleans Center for Racial Justice

First Defense Legal Aid

Coordinated Advice Referral Program for Legal Services

Illinois Pollution Control Board

Court-Appointed Special Advocates of Cook County

City of Chicago, Law Division, Building and Land Use Litigation

Office of the Cook County Public Defender

Student Hurricane Network

Learn more about public interest work and volunteering.