The Summer Forum features a keynote presentation and five substantive practice-area panels on pro bono and public-interest opportunities in DC and across the nation.
The panels are: Non-Litigation Pro Bono Practice; Poverty Law; Human Rights & Immigration Law; Civil Rights & Civil Liberties; and Criminal Law & Death Penalty.
The keynote will be a in-person luncheon and the substantive panels will be virtual. All sessions take place from 12:00-2:30 pm ET with networking opportunities after each session. One registration gives you access to all six components of the Summer Forum, held on Wednesday, June 8, Thursday, June 9, 16, and 23.
All sessions will be recorded. If you miss any sessions, you can watch them on demand!