The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program strives to mobilize the private bar to assist in making legal advice and representation fully available to low–income persons in the District of Columbia.
The Pro Bono Program serves more than 20,000 individuals each year with our Clinics, resource centers at D.C. Superior Court and other programs.
Program activities include:
- Advocacy & Justice Clinic
- Advice and Referral Clinic
- Bankruptcy Clinic
- Community Economic Development (CED) Project
- D.C. Bar Pro Bono Partnership (PART) Program
- Pro–Se–Plus Divorce Clinic
- Senior Lawyer Public Interest Project
- Associates Fellowship Program
The Pro Bono Program also recruits and trains lawyers and law firms to provide business and transactional legal services to community–based nonprofit organizations and small, disadvantaged businesses through our Community Economic Development Project.
The D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program is supported entirely by voluntary contributions from D.C. Bar members, law firms and foundations. No D.C. Bar member dues support the Pro Bono Program.
Please make a tax–deductible contribution today to support the D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program. Thank you!