Law School Mission Service Projects

Since 2006, the Law School annually selects 10-12 student applicants to participate in a Mission Service Project. This opportunity is offered for a week between the spring and summer terms. Students are placed as volunteers with legal agencies and organizations serving communities of need. Sites are selected by priority of need and the availability of licensed attorneys to supervise the students. Two faculty members serve as mentors and supervisors. The Mission Service Project is an initiative of the Mission Effectiveness Committee and the Law School Office of Mission Engagement.