The Fundación provides universities with pro bono training and access to a network in which to share training tools and resources with other legal entities, thus making it easier for them to promote and introduce their students to pro bono culture.

What do universities do through pro bono work?

Through pro bono practice, universities promote a more social dimension of the legal practice, raise awareness among their students of the problems faced by the most vulnerable groups and train them in professional skills based on a practical methodology through participation in university legal clinics, internship programmes or the preparation of end-of-degree or master projects.

How can collaboration between the Fundación and universities be established?

Through the Fundación, the students may participate directly in conducting pro bono cases either by means of collaborating in university legal clinics or pro bono traineeship program.