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On April 20, HLS in the Community will bring together the HLS staff, faculty, alumni, and students working to transform communities around the world. We want to highlight your contributions of service, whether it is through a clinic, as part of the HLS in the Community Week of Service, or on your own initiative.

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The Pro-Bono Globe will feature HLS public service work across the world. Users can filter entries by year, category, and type.

When the new HLS Pro-Bono Globe is launched in March it will offer a snapshot of the HLS community’s pro-bono and service work. You will be able to click on any of the red dots around the globe to reveal details about an individual’s work.

We are asking members of the HLS community to contribute examples of their community service, pro bono, or public interest legal work.

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An example of one public-service entry in the Pro-Bono Globe.

The globe will be limited to 1,000 submissions–a mere fraction of the remarkable range and impact of HLS staff, students, alumni, and faculty. We want you to be one of those 1,000.

Submit your work to the HLS Pro-Bono Globe!

Questions? Email hls200@law.harvard.edu.

The HLS Pro-Bono Globe is part of HLS in the Community, the April 20 capstone event the Harvard Law School Bicentennial. Registration for faculty and staff will open in March and will be announced via email.