Congratulations, Law School Graduates!
A congratulatory message for the Class of 2021 from Joseph D. Kearney, J.D., Dean, Law School.
Congrats to our graduates
A video slideshow featuring each member of the Class of 2021 from the Law School. (For an accessible version, download this presentation).
Chief Judge Lee H. Rosenthal Remarks
Watch the graduation remarks for the Marquette Law Class of 2021 from Chief Judge Lee H. Rosenthal of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Pro Bono Honors
Marquette University Law School’s Pro Bono Society serves to recognize the pro bono service provided by students and faculty to underscore the Law School’s professional and Jesuit mission of seeking to develop “men and women for others.” Pro bono publico literally means “for the public good.” In the context of the legal profession, pro bono refers to providing legal assistance free of charge to underserved individuals, charitable organizations, nonprofit agencies or other similar entities.
To qualify for membership, students must complete and report a minimum of 50 hours of volunteer law-related services during their tenure at Marquette University Law School. The names of those students who recorded 120 services or more are noted in the attached document with an asterisk to reflect their distinguished service. Students who are members of the Pro Bono Society wear a purple honor cord over their academic gown at graduation.
Marquette University Law School proudly recognizes this year’s graduates whose generosity of time and talent qualifies them for membership into the Pro Bono Society.
To view this year's pro bono honors graduates, download this document.
To view this year's academic honors graduates, download this document.