A passion for helping people in need
“Servant leadership” is one of the founding principles behind Concordia University School of Law. To that end, our students are not only encouraged to provide numerous hours of pro bono work, it’s mandatory. And while the requirement is for each student to complete 50 hours of law-related public service prior to graduation, the vast majority go well past that minimum number of hours. Through community service, students hone their skills by giving back to people in need. Serving the underserved is what Concordia University School of Law is all about.
Concordia School of Law maintains pro bono partnerships with several organizations, including:
- Idaho Legal Aid Services, Inc.
- American Immigration Lawyers Association, Idaho Chapter (AILA)
- Idaho Trial Lawyers Association – Street Law Clinic
- Idaho Law Foundation – Law Related Education
- Idaho Military Legal Alliance
- Advocates for the West
- Women and Children’s Alliance
- Family Advocates
- Court Assistance Office
- International Rescue Committee