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The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs (OCP) is an academic, student services, and administrative office which oversees the clinical education and pro bono activities.  OCP advises students; provides leadership and resources for Harvard Law School faculty and staff in the clinics and SPOs; promotes best practices; manages curriculum planning and student registration; and facilitates communications with other law school departments, the clinical community, and the public.

For Students

OCP invites students to submit questions/suggestions related to clinics, clinical work, and the pro bono program at Harvard Law School.

Submit Student Feedback

In Person: Drop-in or Make an advising appointment
6 Everett Street, Suite 3085 (WCC)
Harvard Law School
Cambridge, MA 02138
P: 617-495-5202 (phone)
F: 617-496-2636 (fax)

OCP Staff

Lisa Dealy, Assistant Dean
Maggie Bay, Curriculum Planning and Enrollment Coordinator
Jill Crockett, Associate Director
Sheryl Dickey, Attorney Advisor for LL.M. Pro Bono Program
Melissa Korta, Coordinator
Lee Branson Mestre, Associate Director
Liz Solar, Assistant Director and Director of Externships
Ina Spaho, Office Coordinator
Heather Williams, Hospitality Coordinator/Receptionist

For Outside Organizations

We welcome your interest in having Harvard Law students work on a clinical or pro bono basis at your organization. We are always looking for new opportunities for our students to gain practical legal experience. Find more information on how to get involved or e-mail the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs.

For Potential Clients

The Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs is an academic office and does not provide legal services or advice to members of the public. We do not have practicing attorneys on staff and cannot match members of the public who are seeking legal help with a student or professor.

If you are seeking legal assistance, please do not call the Office of Clinical and Pro Bono Programs. We encourage you to instead work through a local organization that may provide what you need. Please visit for a more complete, state-by-state list of legal service organizations.