The American Bar Association is organizing Celebrate Pro Bono 2021 Law Student Video Contest for all the law students from across the country. The aim of the contest is to increase participation in the pro bono work and raise awareness of pro bono efforts, programs, and providers. For participating, you are required to submit a video of a minimum of 30 seconds to 2 minutes. The videos may be live, animation, or motion graphics. The videos should be submitted digitally in MP4 format before the deadline, i.e., October 1, 2021.
The winner of the contest will get one law student registration to the 2022 Equal Justice Conference in Minneapolis. This is an opportunity for you to present your video shooting talent and be a part of a huge event. The event can help you to connect with the experts in the field and bring better career opportunities for you. Also, the winner will get a chance to get featured on the social media and websites of the association.
American Bar Association works with the aim to serve equally their members, profession, and the public by defending liberty and delivering justice as the national representative of the legal profession. They promote the best quality legal education, promote competence, ethical conduct, and professionalism, and promote pro bono and public service by the legal profession.
Refer to the table below for further details:
|Organization||American Bar Association|
|Number of Awards||1|
|Application Deadline||October 1, 2021|
Who is Eligible?
All the law students are encouraged to participate in the Celebrate Pro Bono 2021 Law Student Video Contest. The video must highlight the need for and importance of pro bono work. The volunteer attorney, client’s, or program’s perspective are also eligible to participate.
How to Apply?
For applying to the Law Student Video Contest, 2021, follow the stated steps:
- The vide should be at least 30 seconds long and no more than 2 minutes long.
- Videos may be live, animated, or motion graphics.
- The entries should be submitted in digital file format. (MP4 file format).
- Videos needs to be submitted via Dropbox
- Entrants are required to submit original work.
The winner of the contest will receive one law student registration worth $250 (approx.) to the 2022 Equal Justice Conference in Minneapolis. This is the opportunity for you to present your shooting talent and win a chance to get featured on the websites and social media pages of the association.
You are requested to submit your videos on or before October 1, 2021. Any entries received after the deadline will be considered invalid.