Welcome to ProBono.Net of South Carolina!
The Need For ProBono
The need for legal services among the poor is overwhelming. According to an American Bar Association study, at least 40% of low and moderate-income households experience a legal problem each year. Yet studies show that the collective civil legal aid effort is meeting only about 20% of the legal needs of low-income people.
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Becoming a PAI Lawyer:
- PAI Forms & Documents
South Carolina Legal Services is looking for motivated lawyers that would be interested to work as a PAI lawyer!
- South Carolina lawyers helping to provide full and fair access to justice...
- South Carolina Legal Services' Advocate site provides online support and resources to its participating members, including news, a calendar of trainings and events, volunteer opportunities, member-driven listserves, and an online library of training manuals, briefs and other practice materials.
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- Senate Appropriations Committee Approves $385 Million for LSC
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