The University of Louisville School of Law is committed to training thoughtful, civic-minded lawyers who play active roles in their communities. We are proud to offer many ways for our students to gain practical experience while contributing to society.
The Greenebaum Public Service Program offers several opportunities for students to engage in public service, either pro bono or via paid fellowships.
We are also home to three clinics -- one that focuses on domestic violence and housing, an entrepreneurship clinic and Louisville's only free mediation clinic. Each clinic allows students to gain valuable experience while engaging in public service.
The Central High School Partnership is another way to engage in public service. This program places law students in the classroom at a local high school's law and government magnet, where they teach civil liberties and legal issues, among other topics.