1. Find Local Events
The Celebrate Pro Bono calendar features events taking place all over the country. From seminars to social gatherings to fund-raising events, there’s variety of activities for all. The local bar association is likely to have their own calendar.
2. Consider Who You Would Like to Help to help
Maybe your skills are at helping those who have suffered gender-based violence or would like to offer professional advice to non-profit organizations. The thought of your interests (other other than law) could help guide you to the people who could benefit of your pro bono service.
3. To recruit others
If you are a fan of a particular program for pro bono services, you can talk with colleagues about joining. It could be the chance to create an internal program!
4. Sign up to an Network
There are programs across the country that assist couple lawyers to volunteer opportunities or pro bono work. Participating in one of them will couple you to those who require your assistance the most.
There is no need to resolve this on your own – Seek the help of a lawyer
An appointment with a lawyer will assist you in understanding your rights and help you defend your rights. Check out our directory of attorneys to locate a lawyer close to your home who will be able to assist.