A central part of Arizona Summit Law School’s mission is to prepare its students to become practitioners who recognize the value of providing legal service to underserved populations and public service to the community. Pro bono service is defined as uncompensated legal work or education provided to a law-related organization or in a law-related environment when such service primarily benefits individuals or organizations that serve:
- Indigent individuals
- Disadvantaged minorities
- Victims of discrimination
- Those denied human or civil rights
- Those who lack significant access to the legal system
Public service is defined as uncompensated non-legal work or education provided to individuals or organizations that serve indigent, disadvantaged minorities, victims of discrimination, those denied human or civil rights, or charitable organizations.
ASLS faculty supervise student pro bono and public service work, ensuring thoroughness, attention to detail and the highest level of professionalism. By mentoring students who work on actual legal cases, our faculty members have the unique advantage of applying theoretical learning to real-world scenarios.
If you’re interested in collaborating with us on community projects and/or if you have pro bono or public service opportunities to share with our students, please contact us at 602.682.6915.