Penn State Dickinson Law's Pro Bono Research Bureau Available for Assistance

Are you an attorney working on a pro bono case who could use some research assistance?  Are you an attorney at a public interest organization with a research project on your to-do list that you continue to put off due to lack of time?  Consider requesting assistance from Penn State Dickinson Law's Pro Bono Research Bureau.

The Bureau’s goal is to connect pro bono attorneys and attorneys at public interest organizations to Dickinson Law students who can provide short-term, discrete assistance—usually through legal research and writing. Examples of projects, FAQ’s and more information about the Bureau is available on the website.  Attorneys can submit a request from the site or directly via the form below.

If you have any questions about the Bureau, please contact Robin White, Penn State Dickinson Law Class of 2021, at, or Assistant Director of the Miller Center for Public Interest Law and Advocacy, at or 717-241-3528.

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