Q: How does S-JAG select projects?
A: S-JAG selects projects to fulfill the social needs of targeted groups in local and national communities. Projects include but are not limited to amicus briefs, environmental justice, civil rights and health care.
Q: Does S-JAG charge for its services?
A: No. We are a student-run organization designed to help attorneys with pro bono cases and legislative reform.
Q: Do S-JAG members represent clients in court under Colorado’s Student Practice Act?
A: No. The University of Denver has a number of outstanding clinics for indigent clinics. For more information, contact DU’s Student Law Office at 303.871.6140.
Q: Does S-JAG assist individual lawyers as well as law firms and non-profit organizations?
A: Yes. S-JAG will assist individual attorneys with projects that further social justice.
Q: How does S-JAG raise money?
A: S-JAG encourages donors to contribute to the Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP). The program provides funding to qualified students in order for them to repay their loans while working in public interest law. Contact the Office of Special Giving at 303.871.6849.
Q: How can I get involved with S-JAG?
A: Get involved by becoming part of the National Advisory Committee, suggest a project, or donate to the Loan Repayment Assistance Program.