Congratulations to the Class of 2014 for their great accomplishment of 341,951 pro bono hours. Students traveled to 43 U.S. states and 38 different countries, averaging 582 hours each at 590 different organizations. 76 percent of the graduating J.D. students participated in one clinic, and out of that, 52 percent participated in two or more clinics. Here are some highlights:
- Kimberly Newberry won the Andrew L. Kaufman Pro Bono Service Award in honor of her 2,329 pro bono hours, the highest number in the class.
- 98 students performed more than 1,000 pro bono hours.
- A total of 9 students – Zachary Hill, Lerae Kroon, Ruthzee Louijeune, Esther Mulder, Kimberly Newberry, Matthew Nickell, Jeanne Segil, Nicole Summers, and Tanika Paz – performed more than 2,000 pro bono hours.
Congratulations to the Class of 2014!