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Should law school students be required to provide a certain amount of legal services for the poor in order to graduate?

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  • Law school students should be required to provide a certain amount of legal services for teh poor in order to graduate.

    Law school students should be required to provide a certain amount of legal services for the poor in order to graduate. Law school students should voluntarily do pro bono work for people who cannot afford an attorney. This would give the student real life experience in being a lawyer and help them develop their careers once they graduate.

  • Law school students should be required to provide a certain amount of legal services for the poor in order to graduate.

    Law school students should be required to provide a certain amount of legal services for the poor in order to graduate. This would give the students the practical knowledge of defending someone in the court room. This would also be a great way for them to be able to give back to the community.

  • No They Shouldn't

    Students have a hard enough time making it through college without being required to perform community services. I believe it is unreasonable to require these students to offer free legal services, especially considering the fact that poor people are not in need of sub par services, which these would be since students are not yet lawyers.

  • Graduating lawyers have self-determination

    As the sister of a law school graduate, I believe that students have the right to choose if they want to do pro-bono work for poor and low-income individuals. If a student is paying their own way through their education, there is no reason to require participation in low-cost legal services. There may exist scholarships which have attached community service requirements, which is 100% at the discretion of the organization issuing the scholarships.

  • No, law students shouldn't have to provide a certain amount of legal services to the poor to graduate.

    I do not think that law students should be required to provide a certain amount of legal services to the poor in order for them to graduate. I think that such a rule wouldn't be fair and just. Law students should just be able to graduate on the simple fact that they know the law.


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