Offering private attorneys free CLE courses in exchange for a commitment to handle a pro bono case helps to recruit and train new volunteers.
To retain volunteer attorneys, it is crucial to regularly acknowledge the value that they add to legal aid organizations. Read more
Georgia Legal Services Program created a map that highlights “persistently poor” counties with five or fewer lawyers to demonstrate the need for pro bono assistance in Georgia’s rural counties. Read more
Attorneys who agree to handle a pro bono case qualify for a free six-hour CLE course that focuses on the unmet legal needs of the low-income community. Read more