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This opportunity is currently full. Check back next semester to see if there are additional positions available.
The Arkansas Justice Collective provides pro bono immigration legal services to undocumented children. AJC is hoping to identify future lawyers who want to serve immigrant and refugee children. Law students will prepare guardianship petitions under the supervision of AJC's director, attorney Stephen Coger, and conduct the uncontested guardianship hearings in courts around Arkansas.
Students must be Rule XV eligible.
Interested students should email Stephen Coger (email@example.com)
Pro bono credit: This is an approved pro bono opportunity. In order to receive recognition for your pro bono work from the Law School, you must record your hours in GivePulse, by recording them here: https://givepul.se/aecpc. Information about the Pro Bono program is available here: https://law.uark.edu/service-outreach/probono/index.php. Contact Professor Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
Rule XV eligible
2 Positions Filled | 3 Impacts | 3 Hours