Access to Justice Institute
As a home for pro bono, public interest, and social justice activities, the Access to Justice Institute (ATJI) prepares students for a lifetime in law in furtherance of social justice. Through collaborative student, school, and community partnerships, ATJI:
- Offers opportunities to engage with underserved and marginalized communities and to use the law as a means to effect social change
- Supports students and alumni exploring or pursuing public interest and social justice learning and careers
- Builds a community of equal justice-minded advocates and leaders within the law school and beyond
|Our deepest thanks and congratulations to the 274 students who took the Pro Bono Pledge this year! In 2014-15 alone, students reported over 16,200 hours of legal pro bono and community volunteer activity. View a list of graduating students recognized as Pro Bono Pledge Awardees.|
Start a lifelong commitment to pro bono in a few easy steps.
ATJI's Pro Bono Portal features projects and internships perfect for SU law students.
Want to start your own practice? Find support here.
The Access to Justice Institute is not a direct legal services provider. For help in finding a lawyer, visit washingtonlawhelp.org or call 2-1-1 if you are inside of King County. If you are outside of King County, call Coordinated Legal Educational Advice Referral (CLEAR) at 1-888-201-1014.