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There are many organisations active in the pro bono space which may be helpful resources to your organisation:

The Law Society actively supports and facilitates its members' involvement in pro bono initiatives. Click on the link above to visit the Law Society's pro bono website which containts important resources for and guides to conducting pro bono legal work.


LawWorks is a charity working in England and Wales to connect volunteer lawyers with people in need of legal advice, who are not eligible for legal aid and cannot afford to pay and iwth the not-for-profit organisations that support them. Take a look at LawWorks Not-for-Profits Programme which brokers legal advice to small not-for-profit organisations on a wide range of legal issues.


TrustLaw is the Thomson Reuters Foundation's global pro bono legal programme. TrustLaw connects high-impact NGOs and social enterprises working to create social and environmental change with the best law firms and corporate legal teams to provide them with free legal assistance. 


The Access to Justice Foundation increases the support available to vulnerable people requiring access to the legal system through strategic grant making and supporting the advice sector.


The National Pro Bono Centre is a "hub" for pro bono charities across the legal sector. It supports the wide range of pro bono projects and brokerage which the charities provide, helping individuals and community groups all over England and Wales.


PILnet builds networks of public and private lawyers to put the power of law to work for civil society.


ISLP provides pro bono legal assistance to governments and civil society organisations in developing countries, leveraging global legal resources in alignment with client needs to support just, accountable and inclusive development. 


International Lawyers Project supports local actors on economic inequality issues, including corruption, tax reform, media freedom and curbing illicit financial flows.


As a global charity, A4ID delivers unparalleled opportunity for law firms and companies internationally to make an outstanding contribution in meeting the needs of the world's poorest citizens. A4ID act as facilitators, matching interational legal expertise with local need in more than 100 jurisdictions.


Advocates for International Development's ROLE UK programme works to strengthen the rule of law in developing countires by supporting partnerships to provide high-quality pro bono legal and jurisdictional expertise. 


iProbono provides holistic counsel with a strong lean team of committed lawyers and activists that deliver strategic direction, operational execution, consistency and tenacity, while also leveraging the skills and manpower of a wide range of pro bono lawyers. 


LRI provides free legal support to poor and developing countries affected by climate change, as well as to organisations with observer status. A network of lawyers in different jurisdictions can give assistance, draft legal opinions, build the capacity of lawyers and negotiators from developing countries.

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