Monica Valencia is 1 of 10 students chosen to participate in the Keta Taylor Colby Death Penalty Project
April 6, 2015
Monica Valencia is a Leader in the Community
February 9, 2018
OneJustice & USF Law awards Monica Valencia with the Pro Bono Publico Award
April 20, 2016
USF School of Law & OneJustice awards the Pro Bono Publico Award to law students for their commitment to pro bono work during the academic school year.
Monica is the Gold Award Recipient for the 2016 Pro Bono Publico Awards, which recognizes law students with over 75 hours worth of community service. Monica has spent the 2015-2016 year volunteering as a law clerk at the Immigration Center for Women & Children in San Francisco and as a legal advocate at Justice Now in Oakland. She has provided over 168 hours of community service and she is extremely proud of giving back to the community.