In order to graduate, FSU law students must complete 20 hours of pro bono work. Typically this is done during their 2L or 3L year.
To learn more about this requirement, visit the law school's website.
Pro bono service is legal work designed to present a position on behalf of the public at large on matters of public interest.
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