Law students who graduated in 2017 performed more than 3.39 million hours of pro bono work while on campus, which equates to nearly $82 million in free legal services.

A newly released survey by the Association of American Law Schools found that on average, recent law graduates logged 184 hours of pro bono service over the course of their studies. That includes time spent in law school clinics, in externships with legal service providers, and through student organizations and volunteer opportunities.

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