Annual Public Service Challenge

The 2021 Public Service Challenge will be using Track it Forward to display all of the available volunteer opportunities from Sunday, October 24 to Wednesday, November 3.

Please visit UCLA Law's Track it Forward site to sign up today!


Volunteer opportunities for the 2021 Public Service Challenge range from donating blood and a community garden cleanup, to housing intake interviews and assisting legal clinics. Students, alumni, staff, faculty, and UCLA Law friends and family are encouraged to join in on the challenge of completing 2 hours of Pro Bono work between Sunday, October 24 through Wednesday, November 3. Find an opportunity and sign up here!

“We are so proud of the tremendous work and support of the UCLA Law community. Our inaugural challenge benefited countless people in California – and underscored UCLA Law’s long tradition of public service.”
–Associate Dean of Public Interest Law Brad Sears

Thank you to the ~300 UCLA law community members who participated in our inaugural Public Service Challenge between October 30 and November 3, 2020!

2020 Public Service Challenge

In the fall of 2020, UCLA Law held our first-ever Public Service Challenge, to encourage and support UCLA Law students, faculty, staff, and alumni in providing volunteer service to the broader community.  Thank you to the approximately 300 UCLA Law community members who participated in the inaugural Public Service Challenge that ran from October 30 and November 3, 2020!  And thank you to our UCLA Law and external community partners, who offered opportunities ranging from nonpartisan voter turnout to election protection, from legal services for vulnerable Angelenos to investigating COVID "behind bars," and from cleaning up community gardens to scoring mock trials for high school students.

Watch our 2020 launch video below!

UCLA Law’s Public Service Challenge Launch Celebration

UCLA School of Law launched its inaugural Public Service Challenge with a star-studded launch celebration on October 26, 2020, featuring the LA Sparks, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis, Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs, and more.

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