Equal Justice (Pro Bono) Student Survey

 
THANK YOU for your work and contribution to the Equal Justice Program!
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1. Student Name:
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2. Today's Date (MM/DD/YYYY):
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3. Anticipated Graduation Date (MM/DD/YYYY):
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4. Name of Sponsor/Placement:
5. Code:
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6. Supervisor's Name:
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7. Briefly Describe Assignment (eg. type of work, subject area, type of client, specific issues):
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8. How would you improve or change your placement?
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9. Did you have contact with clients and/or the community? If so, briefly describe:
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10. Did you find this placement to be a professional networking opportunity?
11. Additional Comments about the Equal Justice Program:
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12. Type of Work Performed:
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13. Type of Work (Continued):
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14. Type of Work (Continued):
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15. During my service I felt:
BoredChallenged
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16. The number of hours I worked provided me:
Little ExperienceMuch Experience
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17. The law-related service I provided was:
Below StandardsMy Best Work
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18. Overall, I feel my work was:
IgnoredValued
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19. Please rate the following:
PoorFairGoodExcellent
Amount of Supervision:
Quality of Supervision:
Adequacy of Training:
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20. If I could, I would have:
Not ParticipatedWorked Additional Hours
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21. Did you work on a case/project involving indigent/under represented clients?
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22. If yes, what was the impact of your experience on understanding the problems of the poor and under served?
NoneLittleSomeSignificantNot Applicable
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23. How did public service work affect your interest in course work?
NoneLittleSomeSignificantNot Applicable
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24. How did public service work affect your knowledge of a new area of the law?
NoneLittleSomeSignificantNot Applicable
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25. How did the existence of the program affect your knowledge about pro bono/public service opportunities?
NoneLittleSomeSignificantNot Applicable
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26. How did participation impact your confidence to engage in some form of public service activity?
NoneLittleSomeSignificantNot Applicable
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27. The ethical obligation of an attorney to perform unpaid service work is:
NoneLittleSomeSignificantNot Applicable
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