It is very important that students report their pro bono hours. Not only does it allow them to qualify for graduation with Pro Bono Distinction, it is also critically important for the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law to have an accurate account of our law school's pro bono activity. This information is often shared with the president of Arizona State University, the Board of Trustees and the legislature of the State of Arizona. By reporting your hours, you are helping the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law achieve future success. There are many studies of law student involvement with public interest efforts. These efforts can only be accurately reviewed if students accurately report their participation.
Students should report all of their hours of pro bono service on-line at ASU Law Interactive. It is important to record your information in a timely manner because reports are made on an annual basis.
If you are unclear whether your work is considered pro bono service, please refer to the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law's definition of pro bono below.