The Minnesota Justice Foundation (MJF) strives for justice by creating opportunities for law students attending Mitchell Hamline School of Law, University of Minnesota Law School, and University of St. Thomas School of Law to perform public interest and pro bono legal services. Our goal is to link volunteer law students with opportunities to assist attorneys in meeting the legal needs of the low-income community. MJF volunteers increase access to justice.
Students, please contact MJF if you would like to volunteer with government agencies, non-profit organizations (The Bridge for Youth, Standpoint, Tubman, ACLU, etc); city/county attorney offices, public defense offices, or civil legal aid offices. MJF staff are also available to chat about what kind of volunteer experiences will help you attain your goals.