Annual Public Service Challenge

Join us for the 2023 Public Service Challenge!

UCLA Law’s Black Law Students Association volunteering with Miss Rodgers’ Neighborhood
UCLA Law’s Black Law Students Association volunteered with Miss Rodgers’ Neighborhood for the 2022 Public Service Challenge.

Every year, UCLA Law’s Public Service Challenges brings students, alumni, faculty, and UCLA Law friends and family together to volunteer and participate in public service. Members of the UCLA Law community are challenged to do at least two hours of public service during the challenge.

The 2023 Public Service Challenge will be held on Tuesday, October 24. No classes will be held, and the entire community is invited to participate in activities on campus, off campus, and on Zoom.

Everyone who has participated in a pro bono or public service activity during the Public Service Challenge or during the semester is invited to a donut breakfast on Thursday, October 26 from 8:30-10:30 am in the PILP Courtyard. Please RSVP here.

How to Participate

1. Volunteer!: Volunteer opportunities will be posted on Track It Forward Events.

  • Remote eviction defense clinic with Community Legal Aid SoCal
  • Preparing healthy meals with Project Angel Food
  • Community garden clean-up
  • Donate blood
  • … and more!

2. Share: Please post a picture of you participating in the 2023 Public Service Challenge on social media with the hashtag #UCLALaw4LA and help us share the value of public service!

If you’d like to create and share a volunteer opportunity, please contact the Schrader Pro Bono Program at publicinterestoffice@law.ucla.edu.

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