The Pro Bono Project at Wake Forest University School of Law is an extracurricular and experiential learning opportunity for Wake Forest Law students to address unmet legal needs while working under the supervision of licensed attorneys. A student Executive Board directs the activities of the Pro Bono Project in conjunction with student Project Coordinators. The Pro Bono Project currently has nine standing projects that provide ongoing pro bono service. The Pro Bono project also accepts other pro bono opportunities throughout the academic year; check the Community Event Proposal Form if you have an event that we could help with.

Please note: The Pro Bono Project at Wake Law does not provide legal advice, representation, or counsel on any individual matter or case because of State Bar regulations. The Pro Bono Project also does not provide direct referrals to lawyers.