One client, one lawyer, one promise.
By taking a single pro bono case, you can:
Increase access to the justice system;
Increase the number of individuals, both low-income and of special populations, that receive free legal assistance; and
Assist pro bono providers to be more effective & efficient
How do I take a pro bono case?
Florida's legal aid programs host pro bono cases.
There are several ways to find a case:
- Visit Florida Pro Bono Matters, an interactive website that displays available pro bono cases throughout the state. Choose a case, then submit an interest form to be connected to the legal aid program hosting the case. The legal aid program will connect you to the client, provide support, education and malpractice insurance.
Or, volunteer with Florida Free Legal Answers
Make a pro bono pledge.
Sign a pledge, set up pledge reminders or print a pledge here.
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Thank you to the sponsors of One Promise:
The Florida Bar Pro Bono Legal Services Committee, The Bench Bar Fund of the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida, Florida Justice Technology Center, Business Law Section of The Florida Bar, The Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida Bar, Federal Bar Association, Tampa Bay Chapter, Tampa Bay Bankruptcy Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section of The Florida Bar, The Florida Bar Labor and Employment Law Section, The Florida Bar Workers’ Compensation Section, and Hillsborough Association for Women Lawyers, and Gary Yordon.