12 April 2006

University of Denver Law a Pro Bono Leader

Some law schools require their students to do free legal work for the needy as part of their law school education. Out of more than 170 law schools in the nation, the University of Denver's law school is tied for 5th in the nation by this measure, requiring 50 hours of pro bono work from their students. The University of Hawaii and the University of Washington each require 60 hours, and the University of Pennsylvania requires 70 hours. Appalachian law school requires 25 hours per semester.

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