Minnesota Justice Foundation: serving those in need
The Minnesota Justice Foundation (MJF) is nonprofit organization committed to promoting social justice and improving legal services to those who have been under-represented by the legal profession. Every year, more than 50 percent of Mitchell Hamline students participate voluntarily in pro bono work through MJF.
Minnesota Elder Justice Center
The Minnesota Elder Justice Center partners with Mitchell Hamline to prevent and alleviate abuse, neglect, and financial exploitation of elders and vulnerable adults.
World Without Genocide
World without Genocide is located at Mitchell Hamline and works to protect innocent people around the world; prevents genocide by fighting racism and prejudice; advocates for the prosecution of perpetrators; and remembers those whose lives and cultures have been destroyed by violence.
Real-world learning opportunities
Mitchell Hamline partners with public and private organizations large and small to provide students with volunteer experience, externship opportunities, and pro bono work experience.
Our partners in the community include
Faegre Baker Daniels
Guzman Law Firm
Housing Alliance Law Office
Immigration Law Center of Minnesota
Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services
Volunteer Lawyers Network
Briggs and Morgan
Pohlad Family Foundation
Legal Aid Society of Minneapolis Senior Law Project
Public Defender’s Office, Buffalo, Minn.
Executive Office for Immigration Review
Minneapolis Veterans Hospital Office of Regional Counsel
Neighborhood Justice Center
St. Paul City Attorney’s Office, Criminal Division
Minnesota Tax Court
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Ramsey County Guardian Ad Litem Program
Minnesota Kinship Caregivers Association