Pro Bono: Motivations, Challenges, and Solutions

  • 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
  • Eastern Time (US & Canada)
  • By: ABACLE, Center for Professional Responsibility , Commission on Disability Rights
  • Webinar
  • Arts

A new study, "Supporting Justice: A Report on the Pro Bono Work of America's Lawyers," represents the fourth of a series — and first since 2013. The survey reached out to more than 50,000 attorneys in 24 states, seeking data in such areas as their interest, time spent, and key influencing factors related to pro bono work to determine how the culture of volunteering manifests itself in the legal profession. This program will explore the results of that survey, including motivations and challenges involved in providing pro bono legal services. Panelists will also discuss rules of professional conduct and pro bono models that address some of the challenges raised by respondents.

Date: August 14, 2018
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM ET
Credits: 1.50 General CLE Credit Hours
List Price: Free

April Faith-Slaker, Associate Director of Research Innovations at the Access to Justice Lab located at Harvard Law School
Latonia Haney Keith, Director of Clinical Education and Assistant Professor of Concordia University School of Law
Linda Rio, Executive Director of Pro Bono Network (an organization that recruits and trains volunteer attorneys with non-traditional schedules, partnering with legal aid agencies in Cook and DuPage County, Illinois)
Moderator: Tali K Albukerk, National Administrator of ABA Free Legal Answers, ABA Center for Pro Bono

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