Moving Forward in a Post-Pandemic World 

 

The 2021 Celebration will center on the legal needs of vulnerable communities resulting from the pandemic. As we move forward in a post-pandemic world, we encourage programs to recognize the efforts of pro bono attorneys during the pandemic and to focus on the many impacts on vulnerable communities, such as evictions, housing injustice, racial disparities, and challenges to accessing legal services. The 2021 Celebration is an opportunity to connect pro bono providers and attorneys across the nation.

We hope you will join us in 2021 to showcase the incredible difference that pro bono lawyers make to our nation, to our system of justice, to our communities, and most of all, to the clients they serve.

 

Remote Legal Services Guides

Remote Legal Support: A Guide for Non-Profit and Pro Bono Innovation--Developed by Pro Bono Net and Immigration Advocates Network in March 2020. 

Remote Clinic Toolkit: Developed by OneJustice that consists of a project management system, privacy and confidentiality best practices, surveys, pro bono models, and data collection strategies. 

Report: Resource Guide on Serving Self-Represented Litigants Remotely (SRLN 2016) 

LSNTAP's 50 Practical Remote Work Tech Tips

Remote Legal Assistance: Expanding Capacity for Remote Pro Bono Services

COVID Resources

Coronavirus Resources

Center for Pro Bono COVID-19 Resources Page

ABA COVID  Task Force

 

Virtual Award and Event Resources

How to Run a Virtual Awards Ceremony, By: Lindsay Nash, March 30, 2020 on Award Force

Delivering Event Experiences Without Events: 9 Ideas to Make It Happen, By: Megan Heuer, March 11, 2020, on Business 2 Community

The Show Must Go On: Bars Develop Virtual Law Day Celebrations, By: Marilyn Cavicchia, Bar Leader, July/August 2020

How to Host a Virtual Gala, by: Lindsey Himphill, MobileCause, 2020

Despite Pandemic, Bar Celebrations and Events Roll On, ABA Bar Leader, September-October 2020

Social Media 

Every year during the Celebration, organizations around the country use social media to promote their pro bono work and recognize attorneys who have done outstanding pro bono during the year. Check out the Celebration Twitter feed to see examples! You can include testimonials and pictures, or even do a video to recognize your volunteers!