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Posted by: Barry Kolar on Feb 26, 2019
Tennessee law students can earn a $1,000 prize for creating the best video that increases participation in pro bono work and raise awareness of pro bono efforts, programs and providers. Sponsored by the Supreme Court’s Access to Justice Commission the contest this year is on the theme of Why Pro Bono Matters. The winner will be recognized at the TALS Equal Justice University. Entries will be accepted from April 6 to April 30. Last year’s winning video was produced by students from Belmont College of Law.