In brief, pro bono means “for the public good”. In the legal context it generally means the provision of legal services on a free or significantly reduced fee basis, with no expectation of a commercial return.
As lawyers, we are trained to read and interpret complex documents and navigate situations that can be foreign and intimidating. Now, more than ever, there are people that need legal help and cannot afford it. Use your legal skills to help someone who may not otherwise get help.
Pro Bono Legal Work: A Guide for In-house Corporate Lawyers
We are delighted to announce that the 2023 refreshed version of the Pro Bono Legal Work – A Guide for In-house Corporate Lawyers (Guide) was published on Monday 20 March 2023. The new, improved and revamped Guide is a result of a collaboration over the past 18 months between the Australian Pro Bono Centre, the Association of Corporate Counsel and the Law Society of New South Wales. A copy is available here.
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If you would like to join the National Pro-bono SIG, please email Kellie Floyd at firstname.lastname@example.org