Pro Bono Initiative

Learning Through Service

JUNE 18, 2013 — DESOTO COUNTY PRO SE DAY

SECOND AND THIRD YEAR STUDENTS: PRO BONO OPPORTUNITY. Build hours toward the Pro Bono Credit hour, gain family law experience at the courthouse, and network with practicing attorneys. The Pro Bono Initiative of the law school is sponsoring a trip to DeSoto County to assist self-represented litigants in completing pleadings and presenting family law matters to the Chancery Court.  Students will interview and assist litigants under the supervision of the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project and experienced volunteer attorneys. The group will leave the law school at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 18, and return by 8:00 p.m. at the latest. The trip will count toward the Pro Bono Credit hour. Interested students contact Tommie Jean Brock at OleMissProBono@gmail.com. Please include your telephone number and whether you are a second or third year student.

JUNE 19, 2013 — GREENVILLE PRO SE DAY

SECOND AND THIRD YEAR STUDENTS: PRO BONO OPPORTUNITY. Build hours toward the Pro Bono Credit hour, gain family law experience at the courthouse, and network with practicing attorneys. The Pro Bono Initiative of the law school is sponsoring a trip to Greenville to assist self-represented litigants in completing pleadings and presenting family law matters to the Washington County Chancery Court. Students will interview and assist litigants under the supervision of the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project and experienced volunteer attorneys. The group will leave the law school at 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, June 19, and return by 5:00 p.m. at the latest. The trip will satisfy one-fourth of the time to gain a Pro Bono Credit hour. Interested students contact Tommie Jean Brock at OleMissProBono@gmail.com. Please include your telephone number and whether you are a second or third year student.

SEPT. 18 & DEC. 11, 2013 — GREENVILLE PRO SE DAYS

SECOND AND THIRD YEAR STUDENTS: PRO BONO OPPORTUNITY. Build hours toward the Pro Bono Credit hour, gain family law experience at the courthouse, and network with practicing attorneys. The Pro Bono Initiative of the law school is sponsoring a trip to Greenville to assist self-represented litigants in completing pleadings and presenting family law matters to the Washington County Chancery Court. Students will interview and assist litigants under the supervision of the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project and experienced volunteer attorneys. The group will leave the law school at 7:00 a.m. and return by 5:00 p.m. at the latest. The trip will satisfy one-fourth of the time to gain a Pro Bono Credit hour. Interested students contact Tommie Jean Brock at OleMissProBono@gmail.com. Please include your telephone number and whether you are a second or third year student.