Independent Proposalsfor Pro Bono Credit
Just as there are many avenues to travel in the world of public interest law, Tulane law students now have the option of proposing a placement to satisfy the Pro Bono graduation requirement of thirty hours. The student may choose to:
Students may choose to work in the local community or anywhere else around the world, as long as the Independent Proposal for pro bono meets all requirements and is approved by the Assistant Dean for Public Interest Programs. Students have opted to do pro bono in a variety of locations around the globe, including Kenya, So. Africa, Cambodia, Thailand, Korea, Saudi Arabia and Mexico.
Independent Proposal Information and Student Form (PDF)