HLS Pro-Bono Globe
Contributions of service in our communities and around the world
A commitment to public service is embedded throughout a Harvard Law School education. From the pro-bono requirement, to clinical opportunities, to guaranteed funding for public interest fellowships, to the establishment of the Bernard Koteen Office of Public Interest Advising, HLS believes that providing legal representation for those unable to afford services is a vital part of legal training.
This globe offers a visual representation of a selection of pro-bono contributions submitted by HLS alumni, faculty, staff and students. This site displays a mere fraction of the remarkable range and impact of the HLS community around the world.
Click on any dot to delve deeper into how HLS community members are working for the public good.
Share your pro-bono work!
Submit your work via the HLS Pro-Bono Submission Form below for a chance to be a part of this bicentennial exhibition of service.
Please note that only a selection of all submissions will be displayed at any given time.