Welcome to probono.net/ny!
We welcome your interest in joining our justice community of pro bono and legal services attorneys, legal professionals and law students. This site contains helpful information to learn about pro bono and resources to assist in your representation of low income and disadvantaged New Yorkers.
Summer Volunteer Spotlight - Rolando Gonzalez
|The NYC Pro Bono Center proudly spotlights a volunteer each month, to both honor and recognize pro bono volunteers as well as inspire others to volunteer themselves. This month we feature Rolando Gonzalez, a staff attorney, who shares his experience working with pro bono volunteers and assisting low-income entrepreneurs as part of the Community Development Project. Learn More|
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Legal Aid Society's 2015-6 CLE Pro Bono Training Series
Click here to view the training bulletin, or join the NYC Pro Bono Center to access materials on demand, including Not-for-Profit Incorporation (Dec 2015), How to Draft a Will for Low-Income Seniors (January 2016), and Housing Preservation Actions (January 2016).
Interested in Volunteering?
Join the NYC Pro Bono Center
Join the NYC Pro Bono Center to access our library of resources, discover pro bono opportunities, stay up to date on news, trainings and events, and receive our monthly e-newsletter. Please join our community of 9,000+ members dedicated to increasing access to justice! The NYC Pro Bono Center is co-hosted by Pro Bono Net, the Legal Aid Society and the City Bar Justice Center.
Join a Practice Area
Practice areas contain helpful resources for legal professionals by specific area of interest, such as family justice/domestic violence, housing, immigration or military pro bono. Join one of the New York or National practice areas listed on the left to gain access to a variety of resources specific to that area, including news, events, sample pleadings, training webcasts, available cases, and more. Membership in each practice area is separate and maintained with the help of our partners.
Search for Pro Bono Opportunities
Ready to start searching for pro bono volunteering opportunities online? Our Pro Bono Opportunities Guide is a free and easy to use online searchable database of available pro bono opportunities. You can search by county, area of law, client group served and can even search for national opportunities. Whether you are a Trusts & Estates lawyer in Greene County... a law student in Albany looking to help victims of domestic violence... or a litigator in Manhattan looking to help a community organization... start searching now!
Attorney Emeritus Program
If you are an attorney in good standing and 55 years of age or older, scroll through our Attorney Emeritus Program pages to learn about tailored opportunities.
Browse our Training Calendar
On the calendar you can find information about relevant pro bono and public interest trainings and events, very often with CLE credit attached and usually for free. New events are always right around the corner!
TIP! Send an email to email@example.com to receive an overview of the month's upcoming trainings and public interest events right in your inbox at the beginning of each month.
About this site
You can also browse our national website, probono.net, and gain access to 30 State sites and a number of national pro bono initiatives. Probono.net includes more than 95,000 advocates from hundreds of public interest organizations and private firms, and annual page views approaching 4 million. Join our community of lawyers serving the public good today!
An estimated 90% of children without a lawyer are deported and sent back to their home country. The National Unaccompanied Children's Resource Center, the Immigration Advocates Network and the NYC Pro Bono Center curate a set of resources to help you volunteer today. Learn More
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