Report Pro Bono Hours

Report Pro Bono Hours Form

Please complete the following fields below to submit your pro bono or volunteer activity. The eligible hours you record will count toward your yearly and overall Pledge goals.

Important notes:

  • Please only report activity that has already been completed.
  • If your activity was through an internal organization, please list the specific clinic, student org., etc. as the "Organization" and list your faculty advisor as the supervisor. If none, you may list your student organization's leader as the supervisor.
  • You should see a confirmation page and receive a confirmation email once your activity is submitted. If you do not receive this confirmations, please resubmit your form, as your activity may not have been received. If you continue to experience errors please (as a last resort) click here to submit your activity and notify the contact below of the problems you are experiencing.
  • For additional information, please visit the Pro Bono Pledge Program FAQs posted here or contact the Access to Justice Institute at 206.398.4173 or by e-mail at atji@seattleu.edu.

    Fields marked in Red are required. Please fill out form completely.

    SU ID Number:  

    SU Email:  


    Name or Organization or Agency:

    Supervisor Name:

    Supervisor Phone or Email:

    Organization Street Address:

    City:  

    State:  

    Zip:  


    New Pro Bono Hours to Report:  

    Start Date

    End Date

    Please submit a separate entry for each year (for Pledge purposes this year began on May 1, 2014, or the day you
    started law school). For example, if you volunteered from October 2013 through September 2014, please complete
    one report for October 2013 - April 2014 and one from May 2014 through September 2014.

    Type of Activity:
    Legal Pro Bono | Other Volunteer
    Read about activity definitions and eligibility.

    Activity was:

    How did you learn about the position?:

    Primary focus area:

    Activities Completed (check all that apply):
    Administrative Work
    Client Intake or Interviewing
    Providing Legal Information and Referrals
    Providing Legal Advice or Brief Services
    Community Service
    Document Preparation
    Educational Presentation
    Event Planning
    Externship or Clinic Hours
    Fundraising
    Legislative or Policy Advocacy
    Meetings with Clients or Community Members
    Meetings with Supervisors or Colleagues
    Mentoring or Teaching
    Organization Management or Board Service
    Review Evidence or Documents
    Research and Writing or Editing
    Trial or Case Preparation
    Trial or Hearing
    Other Direct Client Services
    Other

    Additional Info: