The Pro Bono Research Project offers free legal research services to public interest law practitioners. The goal of the project is to match 2L or 3L law student researchers with supervising attorneys and organizations that can benefit from the students' legal research skills. Students, and this project will initially be limited to eight students, may provide written or oral legal analysis or may gather legal research materials such as judicial decisions or legislation. Students must devote a minimum of 20 hours to the project - and those hours can be scheduled at the student's discretion - within one semester. A further explanation of the program and an application can be read by opening the following pdf file, Click Here.