Lasky Murphy is proud to support the Tulane Law School Pro Bono Program. Since 1987, Tulane law students have been required to engage in pro bono service, and starting with the Class of 2018, students are required to complete 50 hours of pro bono service to graduate. Lasky Murphy is actively involved in pro bono work on behalf of clients in immigration cases, including Special Immigrant Juvenile Status cases and most recently, an asylum case. This fall, we were approved as a pro bono service provider for Tulane and are excited to have the opportunity to supervise two Tulane law students this year, who have provided excellent legal research and analysis on asylum issues. If any other local firms or nonprofits are interested, working with the Tulane Law School Pro Bono Program is a great way to supplement your pro bono work while giving back to the legal community by mentoring future lawyers.