When you are ready to make the commitment to provide pro bono service, we're here to help. You will not be left to sink or swim on your own. We have a number of benefits available to make your decision easier.
Whether you're just starting out or already established in your practice, pro bono work allows you to strengthen or expand your practice skills. You also have more opportunities to network with other lawyers. Your practice is more than what you do now; it is also your potential to grow. The cases will challenge you, while giving you the base to expand your skills and your practice potential.
You may also want to incorporate your commitment to pro bono service into the marketing of your law practice to new and existing clients. Many law firms have also found that a firm's pro bono commitment is also a valuable tool for attorney recruitment and retention.
For more information on any of the benefits listed below, or to discuss other opportunities to participate in pro-bono work, email the State Bar's Pro Bono Program Manager.