4 Ways You Can Celebrate Pro Bono Week
1. Check Out Events Near YouThe ABA's Celebrate Pro Bono event calendar includes events going on across the nation. From social events to seminars to fundraisers, there's a little something for everyone. Your local bar association will likely have its own calendar as well.
2. Think About Who You Want to HelpPerhaps your talents are best suited to helping survivors of gender-based violence, or you want to provide pro bono advice for non-profits. Thinking about your passions (other than the law) can help point you toward who can benefit most from your pro bono services.
3. Recruit OthersIf you already have a favorite program for pro bono work, talk to colleagues about joining you. There might even be an opportunity for an in-house program!
4. Join a NetworkPrograms all over the nation help connect attorneys to volunteer and pro bono opportunities. Joining one can connect you with the people who need your help the most.
- You Know About Pro Bono, What About Low Bono? (FindLaw's Strategist)
- Pro Bono: Give A Little Bit (FindLaw's Law Firm Management)
- Tax Deductions for Lawyers Providing Pro Bono Services (FindLaw's Law Firm Management)
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