The legal needs of not-for-profit organisations, such as governance, taxation, and employment issues, are well matched with the expertise and experience of corporate law firms that undertake pro bono work.
Many firms … assist not-for-profits or mission-based organisations whose core business is assisting people in need or furthering the public interest. Assisting organisations encourages broad and deep participation in pro bono by creating opportunities for lawyers in large firms to apply their existing commercial legal skills on a pro bono basis.
The Not-for-profit Law Service can also assist established not-for-profit organisations with telephone advice, pro bono referrals and training. Not-for-profit organisations who cannot find the information they need on the Not-for-profit Law Information Hub can contact their state or territory’s pro bono referral organisation – for more information see below.
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