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  • Huma TraffickingRegister Today for Our Upcoming Webinar!

    Kicking off our "Best of the Conference" series of webinars, PBI, in conjunction with West LegalEdcenter, will be hosting the webinar "Pro Bono in Practice: Human Trafficking" on May 1 at 12:00 p.m. EDT.

    This program, which is included in a series of webinars reprising and supplementing the most popular sessions from the 2014 PBI Annual Conference, will explore pro bono opportunities and developments related to human trafficking.

    Registration is free for Law Firm Project Members! Visit our Webinars page for registration information.
  • video5 copy2007-2012 CPBO Challenge® Report

    Since its founding in 2000, CPBO has worked with hundreds of legal departments and seen tremendous growth in pro bono among in-house counsel. This growth is displayed in CPBO’s newest publication, 2007-2012 CPBO Challenge® Report: The Development of In-House Pro Bono.

    View a video on the report

  • 2013 Year in ReviewPBI's Year in Review 2013

    The Pro Bono Institute’s mission is to support, enhance, and transform the pro bono efforts at large law firms, in-house legal departments, and public interest organizations with the ultimate goal of providing access to justice for everyone.  Over nearly two decades, we’ve seen tremendous growth and evolution of pro bono at all of these institutions, and each year we gain a bit more momentum and build little higher toward our goal. We want to share these achievements with you and also thank our supporters for making our work possible.

    Click here to read PBI's Year in Review 2013.  
  • SmithYoungZelonAwardThe 2014 PBI Annual Conference

    The 2014 PBI Annual Conference was a success with more than 300 attendees from law firms, legal departments, and public interest organizations from all over the world! The Conference featured cutting-edge educational sessions, networking opportunities, and our annual reception where PBI presented Brad Smith and the legal department of Microsoft Corporation with the 2014 Laurie D. Zelon Award for their outstanding commitment to pro bono service.

    View photos, videos, and remarks from the Conference here.