More than twenty-five million Americans are denied legal assistance each year due to lack of resources. This crisis impacts individuals and families that are part of our most vulnerable populations.
Five years into its highly successful run, the School of Law’s Access to Justice Hybrid Clinic has made real strides in ensuring equal access to the justice system with the Federal Court Pro Se Assistance Program.
Professor Bernadette Gargano
This course satisfies four hours of the experiential learning requirement and provides the 50-hours of pro bono service required for admission to the NYS Bar.
During 2020, we were proud to partner with the ECBA Volunteer Lawyers Project and Volunteer Legal Services Project of Monroe County, Inc., along with the volunteer attorneys listed below:
Poch, Lisa - two shifts
Richmond, Anna Marie
Thank you for your commitment to the Access to Justice Hybrid Clinic and the Pro Se Assistance Program in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of New York!