12 Apr 2018
Kalli Davis, ’18, has been named the recipient of the 2018 Student Award for Outstanding Impact Through Pro Bono Service.
During her time at the College of Law, Kalli served as a volunteer and chair for the CLEP program—organizing constitution day and other events, recruiting and coordinating volunteers, covering multiple shifts, and always being willing to fill in when gaps arose. In addition to her amazing work with CLEP, Kalli committed her summers to Legal Aid of Nebraska, serving Nebraska’s poor. The impact she has had during her three years at the College of Law is commendable, impressive, and most certainly outstanding.
Each year one law student is recognized for their commitment to pro bono service while enrolled at the College of Law. The impact may be measured by reviewing a single act or project, or multiple acts or projects performed by the student during his or her enrollment at the College of Law. The selection committee takes into consideration not only the total number of pro bono hours performed, but also the overall impact the pro bono work has had on the community and underserved populations.