Pro Bono Lawyers – Community Legal Services

Join us to make a difference in the lives of others.Become a pro bono lawyer!

We offer a variety of ways you can engage with us to bring justice to all Central Floridians. Whether you are a recent law graduate or a seasoned professional, we offer opportunities that match your interests, availability and expertise.

For every case you bring to us, we offer primary malpractice insurance, accredited CLE training, sample pleadings and forms, legal advice checklists, expense reimbursements and more. We are here to support you every step of the way! Find out how we support you.

Below are some ways to connect with our mission:

We offer legal advice clinics, virtual and in person, in various areas of law. Your two-hour engagement can change a client’s life.

Draft estate planning and healthcare documents, negotiate settlement agreements, help clients complete guardian advocacy forms, request the sealing or erasure of records, and much more.

If you are interested in a more hands-on approach to client representation, we offer an extensive range of representation matters, including litigation, court appearances and co-counsel opportunities.

Non-case pro bono volunteer opportunities

Lend your legal expertise without taking on a case. Support us with training, updating sample pleadings and checklists, mentoring other volunteers, and more.

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Our Peer Academy is a comprehensive training and mentoring program designed to prepare you to effectively represent clients in various areas of law.

Set your own working hours.

Pro bono office hours are hours you select based on your schedule and availability. You are always in control of your office hours.

If you are a retired or inactive attorney, judge, law professor, or barrister, you may be eligible to do pro bono through us as a lawyer emeritus.

Do you have any other ideas about volunteering?

If you’re interested in volunteering but don’t see an opportunity that matches your interests, sign up here and help us personalize your experience.

See our Pro Bono FAQ page for more information on what counts as pro bono, the support we offer and how you can get involved.

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