Through volunteering in clinics and other pro bono projects, our students see the impact of their efforts working alongside Baylor faculty and volunteer lawyers. It may be the first time that they see how the law they have learned in class applies to real problems involving real people. Many experience deeper understanding of the subjects they’ve studied. These experiences often solidify their calling to be a lawyer, and create the impetus to continue to serve throughout their careers.
Below are several ways to get involved. These are just samples of what past students have done. It is highly recommended that you check out these options with their coordinators for opportunities.
For any Baylor Law sponsored activity, the Family Abuse Center, or Greater Waco's Legal Clinic, there is no need to turn in an hours report. All you need to do is ask the volunteer coordinator to turn in your hours to Yvette Marascia.