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“This informative and inspiring publication describes the many ways that lawyers and the legal profession can dedicate their extensive expertise, experience and resources to tackling the climate crisis… Ultimately, climate change is not just about science or technology. It’s about justice. The legal profession has a moral obligation to stand up and join the movement for a cleaner, greener, healthier future.”

Dr. David R. Boyd, UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and the environment

Image of an in-house pro bono group's guide to addressing climate change, featuring practical steps and insightful data. A valuable resource for individuals and organizations interested in mitigating the effects of climate change
The Australian Pro Bono Centre has published a Pro Bono Guide to the Climate Crisis.

This is a great resource to find out how pro bono lawyers can help tackle the global climate crisis.

 What does the Guide include?

The Guide aims to inform and inspire lawyers across the globe.

It includes:


  • descriptions of 15 different ways that lawyers can get involved in pro bono work to help combat the climate crisis

  • a range of compelling case studies from around the world, and

  • advice on how to get started.

Get Involved Today With This Collaborative Pro Bono Project

The [Chancery Lane] Project is the code name for the focused and collaborative effort of lawyers from around the world to develop new contracts and model laws to help fight climate change. This is a collaborative effort across the legal profession. Sign up now!

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