PBI provides consultative services to law firms, in-house legal departments, and public interest organizations.
The Law Firm Pro Bono Project® initiative provides confidential consulting and technical assistance to large law firms. Member Law Firms are entitled to at least 15 hours free of charge annually, with additional time available at a 25 percent discounted rate. Firms that are not Members of the Law Firm Pro Bono Project initiative may apply to receive assistance on a fee-for-service basis as Project time and resources permit. Assistance from the Project is tailored to the specific needs of the requesting firm, but the most common consultations include the following:
To access law firm consultative services, contact the Law Firm Pro Bono Project initiative.
The CPBO project offers free and fee-for-service, confidential consultation services to in-house lawyers, legal departments, and Association of Corporate Counsel Chapters. Staff has years of experience in successfully guiding legal departments of all sizes and across industries to establish strong, effective, and enduring pro bono programs. This broad perspective allows the CPBO project a unique ability to suggest a range of strategies that will work most effectively in individual departments. Every in-house pro bono effort brings together unique volunteers, companies, clients and communities. The CPBO project is committed to working with in-house lawyers and legal departments to find tailor-made solutions that will enhance pro bono efforts, ensuring efficient, effective, and successful programs.
Most common consultations include the following:
For more information and to access consultative services, please contact the CPBO project.
PBI provides consultative services on a fee-for-service basis to pro bono and legal services public interest organizations, covering a wide range of issues. Common consultation topics include:
For more information on our consulting services for legal nonprofits, please contact PBI President and CEO, Eve Runyon.