Ten Tips for a Successful Pro Bono Program

Building a Program that Benefits Your Community, Your Attorneys, and Your Organization

February 7, 2012

While there has always been a need for pro bono services, the need has increased dramatically with the decline of the economy over the past several years. There is a greater need for pro bono services than ever and yet many firms feel the need to cut back on providing pro bono services. Strong and effective pro bono programs are, therefore, more important than ever. There are countless ways to develop a successful pro bono program and no two firms seem to do it alike. This article by no means describes the only way to create a successful program but it shares the approaches we have found effective.

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