Pro Bono and Financial Contributions for Illinois Supreme Court Rule 756(f)
Information for attorneys about how to get involved in pro bono legal service and/or make a financial contribution.
What Constitutes Pro Bono Work?
Describes what activities are considered pro bono legal services and which ones are not.
Dispelling the Myths of Pro Bono Work
This article addresses five misconceptions about pro bono work in corporations.
Questions To Ask Before You Take A Pro Bono Case Or Project
A list of questions is provided to ask before taking a pro bono case.
Bridging the Gap - Tips for Pro Bono Volunteers Assisting Low-Income Clients
Provides helpful tips and describes issues pro bono volunteers may encounter when assisting low-income clients.
Retired, Inactive, Corporate and Out-of-State Attorneys May Perform Pro Bono Work Under Illinois Supreme Court Rules
Explains the 2013 amendments to the Illinois Supreme Court Rules relating to who can perform pro bono service and provides a list of volunteer opportunities for corporate counsel.
- For a list of pro bono opportunities that have been successful for corporate counsel, Click Here.
- You can also search all available pro bono opportunities based on your interests and goals, including by location, time commitment, and client types, through our Volunteer Opportunity Search.