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Sourcing Pro Bono Work
Sourcing Pro Bono Opportunities Initiative
To grow participation and excellence in pro bono, the Centre has launched the Sourcing Pro Bono Opportunities Initiative (the Sourcing Pro Bono Initiative) to equip pro bono providers with practical resources to find potential opportunities, form pro bono partnerships, and reduce barriers to pro bono participation.
CLCs and not-for-profits working with In-House teams
Justice Project: Pro Bono Tool
As part of the Sourcing Pro Bono Initiative, the Centre is creating a set of resources building on the Law Council of Australia’s Justice Project Final Report (the Justice Project Report), the Justice Project: Pro Bono Tool.
You can view key resources from the project below:
The complete set of resources for these client groups can be found here.
Other sources of pro bono legal work
There are a number of ways in which pro bono providers can source pro bono matters. These include:
- pro bono referral schemes and organisations
- community legal centres
- Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Legal Services
- independent not-for-profit legal organisations
- global opportunities
For more information on these sources of pro bono legal work, please click the links above.
Q&A: Insights from corporate in-house counsel
For insights into how you can establish strong in-house pro bono programs, see our Q&A articles with in-house lawyers below.