Four students talking together during an ASU Law Clinic Open House.

Pro Bono

The Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University is committed to producing lawyers who recognize their ethical obligations to the communities in which they work and live. As an ASU Law student, you will have numerous opportunities to engage in service and pro bono activities. Not only will you be making an important contribution to the community, you also will be enhancing your legal education through practical experience.

  • More than 90% of ASU Law students participate in service through externships, clinics, or pro bono activities.
  • Last year, ASU Law students performed more than 10,000 hours of public service.
  • Externships include more than 200 community partnerships.
  • Clinics assist more than 3,300 members of the public.
  • The Pro Bono Board raises funds annually for summer public interest fellowships.

Learn more about the Rule 39 Certified Limited Practice and how to apply as a non-credit student or recent graduate.

Learn more

If you are an attorney who would like to volunteer with one of our Pro Bono Groups, or if you would like more information please fill out the following form: Attorney Volunteer Form for the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Pro Bono Program or contact us at

Note to the public

The Pro Bono Program at ASU Law does not work directly with individuals seeking legal assistance. Because our work is done in cooperation with legal service agencies around the Phoenix-metro area, we request that the public not contact ASU Law when seeking legal help.

Three students in Moot Court talking with ILP program coordinator, Danielle Williams.