APBCo is proud to publish “Positive Change: How the Pandemic Changed Pro Bono and What We Should Keep”, a report which examines what changed for pro bono during the pandemic and recommends what new practices should be retained as we transition back to more in-person interactions. We hope it will spark thoughtful discussion about how we pro bono volunteers, legal services organizations, bar associations and the courts can continue to expand access to justice for all members of our communities. Like much of our work as pro bono counsel, this report was guided the experts in the field, our colleagues at legal services organizations (LSOs) and other non-profit legal advocacy organizations. One of APBCo’s guiding principles is to stand with our LSO partners, never in front of them. Our work is possible only in partnership with LSOs, and this report is no exception. We express our gratitude to the following legal services leaders who served as the advisory team for this report, all of whom are listed on page 3 of the report. We also want to recognize the hard work of APBCo’s pro bono counsel from Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld and DLA Piper.
APBCo Publishes “Positive Change: How the Pandemic Changed Pro Bono and What We Should Keep”
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