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You can make a difference!

Pro bono legal help can make a difference across a spectrum of needs: from understanding a form or letter, to casework and court representation.

Any lawyer has the ability to do pro bono that makes a difference – whether you are a lawyer in private practice, or an in-house lawyer working for a company, charity or for local or central government.

You may have legal expertise or knowledge which can help an individual, a charity or not-for-profit organisation resolve a legal problem.

As part of Pro Bono Week, the National Pro Bono Centre coordinates a volunteer recruitment drive for free legal advice charities.

Please post your vacancy above. You can also email us.

What is pro bono Volunteering?

When we refer to Pro Bono Legal Work we mean legal advice or representation provided by lawyers in the public interest. This included advice or representation for individuals, charities and community groups who cannot afford to pay for it and where public and alternative means of funding are not available.