More than 200 students gathered on Miami Law’s central courtyard, “The Bricks,” early in the morning on Thursday, August 14, to participate in the University of Miami School of Law's 15th annual HOPE Day of Service. On this day new and returning Miami Law students made their way to 14 different sites across Miami-Dade County, including Virginia Key, Homestead, Hialeah and South Miami where student volunteers served at parks, environmental clean ups, animal rescue missions, health care centers, and preschools.
HOPE is the first stop for students interested in developing legal advocacy skills and finding ways to use advocacy to provide access to justice for others. Our staff and director, Marni Lennon, Assistant Dean for Public Interest and Pro Bono, welcome you and look forward to helping you serve others through pro bono and community outreach on a local, national, and international level.
HOPE AT A GLANCE
Miami Scholars Public Interest Program
Public Interest Leadership Board
Public Interest Lecture Series
Pro Bono Legal Research Project
Pro Bono/Community Service Challenge
More: HOPE Overview
MIAMI PUBLIC INTEREST SCHOLARS
Overview of Miami Public Interest Scholars Program
How to Apply
Miami Scholars Brochure
MORE ADVOCACY OPPORTUNITIES
Center for Ethics & Public Service
Miami STREET Law
CDO Externship Program
Lit Skills Externship Program
Human Rights at Miami Law
Professional Responsibility and Ethics Program (PREP)
Miami Law Advocacy Brochure
Miami Law Public Interest Brochure
HOPE Director Marni Lennon shares how the center works with students.
Logan Haine Roberts, Class of 2014, talks about the impact of HOPE on his law school experience as well as his experience volunteering at Chapman Partnership for the homeless.
HOPE Day of Service 2013.
At a public interest fair students discuss the benefits of participating in our array of public interest programs.