Pro Bono Net‘s Program Director, Liz Keith, and Pro Bono & Strategic Initiatives Manager, Jeanne Ortiz-Ortiz, share takeaways from remote legal help during the pandemic in the American Bar Association’s Law Practice Today Pro Bono Issue. Topics addressed include:
- Remote Pro Bono Works
- Design for wraparound services and workflows
- Connecting with Intention and Care
- Attorneys Don’t Have to be Tech Pros to do Remote Pro Bono
- The Future is Now
This article highlights several Pro Bono Net programs: Remote Legal Connect, a multi-state platform that enables legal services organizations to rapidly build and manage remote pro bono programs; Citizenshipworks, a project of Immigration Advocates Network where individuals can learn about their eligibility, complete the naturalization application, and obtain an in-person or remote legal review of their completed application from a trusted nonprofit partner; and other impactful models and resources from the pro bono field.
You can read the full article here: Technology, Pro Bono, & COVID-19: Five Takeaways from Remote Legal Help During the Pandemic.