Produced in conjunction with West LegalEdcenter, PBI offers a series of low-cost webinars. These programs, which generally offer CLE credits, focus on topics ranging from reprising sessions from the most recent Annual Conference to how to current and evolving issues in legal pro bono.
Registration is free for Law Firm Pro Bono Project Member Law Firms. Law firm participants should contact Law Firm Pro Bono Project Assistant Eva Richardson for the promotional code to register for the live programs or get them on demand free of charge once they have aired.
Corporate participants should contact Corporate Pro Bono Project Assistant Eric Florenz for registration information.
In-House Pro Bono: Developments in the Right to Practice Pro Bono
January 29, 2014; 12:30pm – 1:30pm ET
The practice rules in many jurisdictions limit or unnecessarily restrict pro bono legal services provided by in-house counsel who are not licensed in the jurisdiction in which they practice but are permitted to provide legal services to their employer. Recently a number of jurisdictions have amended their rules to remove restrictions and empower more registered in-house counsel to provide desperately needed services. This webinar will explore various multijurisdictional practice rules, new developments, and ways pro bono supporters from law firms, legal departments, and public interest organizations can organize and work together to fashion local and nationwide solutions to promote greater pro bono participation. Learn more about this issue.
All past webinars are available on demand.
In-House Pro Bono: Trends and Benchmarking Results
November 15, 2013
This webinar will discuss the recently released CPBO 2012 Benchmarking Survey Report and explore current trends in in-house pro bono. What is the latest in the dynamic world of in-house pro bono? Hear from in-house pro bono leaders about the plans and activities of their legal departments and others.
Best of the 2013 PBI Annual Conference Series
Pro Bono in Practice: Post Prison Re-entry
July 8, 2013
This program will bring together law firm, in-house, and public interest leaders to explore post-incarceration pro bono opportunities and developments. The discussion will include the status of available pro bono opportunities, emerging issues, how to get started, and opportunities for collaboration and taking delivery systems to scale, in ways that range from litigation to policy work.