Only about 30% of attorneys do pro bono. One of the reasons that attorneys say they don't take pro bono cases is because they want more autonomy to choose the cases that interest them.
Enter Pro Bono Matters.
Now, pro bono attorneys can search for a "veteran" case, or a family case, or a consumer case by browsing the catalog.
If an attorney finds an interesting case, they submit an interest form to let the legal aid program that posted the opportunity know that they are interested.
Many forms are filled out after hours, when pro bono attorneys wouldn't normally be able to talk to someone in legal services about helping with a case.
Pro Bono Display
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