Pro Bono Program & Clinic

Get Involved with the Pro Bono Clinic

John Marshall encourages its students to participate in pro bono work to foster commitment to community service, both during law school and after graduation. By cultivating a culture of service, the Pro Bono Clinic not only provides a valuable resource for clients in need, it prepares students for a life of purposeful citizenship.

The Pro Bono Clinic gives students opportunities to represent clients in litigation (state and federal), mediation, administrative hearings, and appeals in a variety of practice areas, including civil rights, human rights, foreclosure defense, landlord/tenant disputes, prisoners’ rights, actual innocence, criminal defense, and small claims matters.

Take action to make a difference, and join us in our advocacy work. The Pro Bono Clinic provides volunteer opportunities in a range of projects.

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Contact Us

Pro Bono Clinic
315 S. Plymouth Court
Chicago, Illinois 60604
Phone: 312.427.2737 ext. 477
Fax: 312.427.0430

J. Damian Ortiz
Clinical Professor; Director


Eric Zopf
Adjunct Professor; Staff Attorney