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Contact Managing Attorney for Volunteer Engagement Kathleen Legendre at 504.581.4043 Ext. 207 to get started.
What pro bono work gives to you
Hone skills, introduction to new practice areas
Easy court appearances - curator for absentee, simple divorce answers if filed
Opportunity to handle case solo early in legal career
Network with other volunteers
Fulfill responsibility under code of professional conduct
Satisfaction of helping someone who otherwise would not have had access to justice!
What The Pro Bono Project and its network can help you with:
Private Investigators for locating adverse parties
Free or low-cost Process Servers
Free CLEs and other training
Training materials and sample pleadings
Location to meet our pro bono clients
Mentorship by staff and seasoned volunteers
Malpractice insurance (secondary)
Sample Areas of Law Available
Failure to return security deposit
Name Change - Minor
Paternity & Visitation
Social Security Appeal
Wills, Power of Attorney, Tutrix