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Resources and Training

The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center hosts training sessions for attorneys and paralegals who wish to undertake pro bono assignments from the Pro Bono Center or other legal services providers in the District of Columbia. Learn more about the wide array of training sessions and other resources that may be helpful as you or your firm seek to enhance your pro bono involvement with the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center and other organizations throughout the city.

Pro Bono Center Training Program

The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center hosts training sessions for attorneys and paralegals who wish to undertake pro bono assignments from the Pro Bono Center or another local legal services provider.

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Pro Bono Partnership

A network of more than 100 District law firms and federal agencies that are committed to providing pro bono legal services.

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D.C. Bar Pro Bono Initiative Report

The Pro Bono Initiative’s mission is to improve the delivery of pro bono legal services in the District of Columbia.

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Learning From Success

A best practices report by The Standing Committee on Pro Bono Legal Services, Judicial Conference of the District of Columbia Circuit.

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Volunteer

Learn about the various ways that you can volunteer for the D.C. Pro Bono Center.

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Probono.net/dc

Probono.net/dc, a unique collaboration among the D.C. Consortium of Legal Service Providers and the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center, is an online resource for advocates serving the public interest.

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Directory of Legal Service Providers

Resources about pro bono opportunities with legal services providers in the District of Columbia.

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Information and Policies for Government Attorneys

Federal government attorneys around the country are helping those in need by handling pro bono cases, drafting wills, providing advice at legal clinics, mentoring students, and more.

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Pro Bono Institute

Pro Bono Institute, established in 1996, provides research, consultative services, analysis and assessment, publications, and training to a broad range of legal audiences.

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The. D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center also offers training sessions for nonprofit leaders and small business owners to learn more about legal issues that affect the operation of their organizations. This includes in-person and webinar training sessions on topics including governance, real estate, employment law, intellectual property, and contracts. There is also a free online resource center for nonprofit and small businesses with manuals, legal alerts, and archived webinar recordings.

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