At Cincinnati Law, your service matters. Since 1997, Cincinnati Law students have provided almost 10,000 hours of law-related service in the Greater Cincinnati community.
In addition, if you perform 15 or more hours of volunteer legal work, you will receive an official notation on your transcript. By volunteering, you fill a void that would otherwise exist in our community and help extend the impact of many organizations that make an impact in our region. At the same time, you'll gain hands-on experience conveying legal concepts to the public as well as developing client relations skills.
Cincinnati Law's Center for Professional Development can help facilitate your volunteer efforts. Check out the list below for a sampling of the organizations where Cincinnati Law students like you can provide assistance and make an impact. Contact the Center for Professional Development at email@example.com.
Catholic Charities of Southwestern Ohio – Legal Immigration Services Department
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cincinnati Youth Court
For more information, contact Katherine Miltner.
Citizen Foster Care Review Board
For more information and volunteer opportunities, contact Brandon Craig.
Law Office of the Hamilton County Public Defender—Guardian ad Litem Division
Note: the organization accepts volunteer inquiries from current Cincinnati Law students only.
For more information and volunteer opportunities, contact Klarysa Benge.
Tenant Information Project (TIP)
For additional information about the Tenant Information Project (TIP), visit our Student Organizations page.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)
To contact a student leader and learn more, click here.
Volunteer Lawyers Project
Women Helping Women
Visit Women Helping Women's website for additional information.
For volunteer opportunities, contact their volunteer coordinator at: 513-977-5550.
YWCA of Greater Cincinnati Community Services
For volunteer opportunities, contact Rebecca Kelley.
Make a Difference While Interviewing
You can support legal services for underrepresented populations while you travel to interview for jobs. Yes, it's true. When you are called back for an interview (because of course you will be called back for an interview), choose to stay with friends or family instead of a hotel, then ask your prospective employer to donate the lodging cost to the Public Interest Law Group (PILG). See Cincinnati Law's Public Service Coordinator & Counselor to learn how you can make a difference.