Politics and Law

Pennsylvania Abolitionists United Against the Death Penalty

P.O. Box 21373
York, PA  17402
717-236-4840
Contact Person: Kathleen Lucas (klucas@padp.org)
Website: www.padp.org

Description: Involvement in political action against the death penalty, including advocacy for the families of death row inmates.

Villanova University School of Law Clinical Program

Contact Person: Mary Buxton (mary.buxton@law.villanova.edu), 610-519-5894

Description: Multiple clinics involoved in a range of legal resources for those in need. The Civil Justice Clinic provides a range of legal services to low income clients. The Clinic of Asylum, Refugee and Immigrant Services represents people seeking asylum in the United States. The Farmworker Legal Aid Clinic represents farm workers in work camps near Reading and Kennet Square, PA. The Juvenile Justice Clinic represents juveniles in Delaware County. The Federal Tax Clinic represents low-income clients in tax matters.

Center City Crime Victims Services

1315 Walnut Street, Suite 320
Philadelphia, PA  19107
215-665-9680
Contact Person: Sherry Hunter (shunter@cccvs.org)
Website: www.cccvs.org/index.html

Description: Offers support to victims of crime in center city. Court Coordinator and Victims' Advocate. Good chance to get a close up view of the workings of the courts.

Contact Us

Questions/Concerns contact:
Brett Wilmot, Ph.D.
Associate Director/Service Coordinator
Ethics Program
Villanova University
Phone: 610-519-7197

Necessary Forms

Service Sites

For some suggested service sites that might interest you, explore this directory (you are not limited to these sites and are free to pursue any alternative site that meets the criteria listed).

Ethics and Health Care

Ethics, Economics and Public Policy

Ethics, Politics and Law

Ethical Issues in Science, Technology and the Environment

Additional Service Opportunities

Villanova Office for International Studies for international opportunities*

The International Partnership for Service-Learning and Leadership*

*All study abroad programs must be approved by the Villanova Office for International Studies.