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Pro Bono Net celebrates Pro Bono Week by highlighting the hard work of volunteers!

Pro Bono Net would like to recognize the thousands of volunteer lawyers who make a huge difference for those in need and the incredibly important work of pro bono volunteers in building our capacity to meet the vast unmet need for civil legal services.  National Pro Bono Week is a co-ordinated national effort by the ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service, and is an exciting time of the year where we recognize the hard work of our volunteers, and the critical roles they play in helping bridge the justice gap, and live up to our professional ideal of "justice for all".   
This year we celebrated National Pro Bono Week through a special Volunteering-a-Day Initiative, which will showcase a new volunteer profile to our national community for each day of Pro Bono Week. Throughout the week we will released these profiles on our Connecting Justice Communities blog. In addition to recognizing and honoring the hard work of volunteers, we hope that these profiles provide interesting reading and insights into the motivations, rewards and incentives to volunteer. We are very proud to showcase these volunteers from our pro bono community and hope they may inspire you to get involved as well!
 
To kick off Pro Bono Week, come back on October 23rd to view our Press Release thanking our volunteers! Pro Bono Net believes that the power of our innovative technology can help bridge the justice gap by enabling legal organizations to maximize their impact, increasing pro bono involvement, and empowering the public by providing legal assistance and information. Come back each day for a new volunteer feature in honor of Pro Bono Week, or subscribe to our Connecting Justice Communities Blog to recieve these features and more directly into your inbox!
 

 


Interested in volunteering?  Check out our "Volunteer Tools" page to learn about the range of resources we have at Pro Bono Net to help mobilize and engage pro bono volunteers, or start searching for opportunities right now by using our national Pro Bono Opportunities Guide!

 

Enjoy reading our volunteer profiles? Want to learn more? Check out our Featured Volunteers and last's year's Volunteer-a-Day Pro Bono Week Initiative. 

Pro Bono Net's Featured Volunteers

Each quarter Pro Bono Net showcases pro bono work by volunteers and organizations though our Featured Volunteers profiles.  These profiles are submitted to us by our legal services and pro bono community partners, across our statewide, regional and international site networks. To learn more about our current and previous volunteer profiles visit our Featured Volunteers page!

Pro Bono Week 2016: Volunteering Through Technology Initiative

In 2016 we celebrated Pro Bono Week through a special Volunteering Through Technology Initiative which features someone who volunteers though one of Pro Bono Net's innovative legal tech solutions. Come check out our 2016 volunteers!

 


Once again we wish to thank all of the volunteers that continue to make our mission of increasing access to justice a reality.

 

Pro Bono Net is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing access to justice through innovative uses of technology and increased volunteer lawyer participation. Watch our video celebrating our 15th anniversary and learn more about how Pro Bono Net and our partners are bridging the justice gap.

 


Interested in volunteering?  Check out our "Volunteer Tools" page to learn about the range of resources we have at Pro Bono Net to help mobilize and engage pro bono volunteers, or start searching for opportunities right now by using our national Pro Bono Opportunities Guide!

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Volunteer Profile

Yoana Rodriguez is a lawyer from Guatemala whose main interest lies with human rights, specifically with indigenous communities and women’s rights. Rodriguez volunteers regularly at The Advocates for Human Rights on their National Asylum Help Line, or Linea de Ayuda Nacional de Asilo. LEARN MORE

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