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Based on hours reported via Symplicity by the April 10, 2023, reporting deadline for May graduates, the Pro Bono Society Executive Board has compiled this list of May 2023 graduating students with over 90 career Boyd
Chris Fabricant, Director of Strategic Litigation at the Innocence Project, will discuss how over 50% of wrongful convictions are attributable, at least in part, to the misuse of forensic sciences.
Lawyers & Leaders (L&L) programs complement the traditional legal curriculum and are open to all Iowa Law students. Attendance at one L&L event each semester is one requirement for membership in the Pro Bono Society for that semester.  Additional opportunities may be added later this semester.
Congratulations to the Fall 2022 members of Iowa Law’s Pro Bono Society!
The Pro Bono Society Executive Board had set April 10 as the deadline for May 2023 graduates to report Spring service hours.
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