New York’s courts are faced with countless pro se litigants dealing with legal dilemmas affecting core aspects of their lives.1 The conspicuous paucity of legal services presents difficult questions about the fundamental fairness and efficacy of our court system, and has ignited a search for innovative and inspiring methods of tackling it. In addition to alleviating an overextended court system, judicial interns acquire an outstanding skill set. And now, it also satisfies New York’s 50-hour pro bono service requirement for candidates seeking bar admission.2
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