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Catalog of Pro Bono Opportunities

To learn more about these pro bono opportunities, please contact us.
*Organization is part of the Connecticut Pro Bono Network. Click here to learn more.
  • Statewide Legal Services*
    Pro Bono Call4Law volunteers spend 45-60 minutes on the phone with a client to provide them with advice about a legal problem. Training and support available from Statewide Legal Services.
  • Connecticut’s Probate Courts are responsible for a broad range of cases involving children, seniors, persons with mental illness and adults with intellectual disability.
  • Statewide Legal Services*
    Low income clients are always vulnerable to losing their basic shelter through eviction or foreclosure.
  • Center for Children's Advocacy
    These youth have no other advocates to speak up for them and enforce their legal rights.
  • Statewide Legal Services*
    This project assists clients with paperwork required to start a divorce or custody action. Many clients have handicaps or literacy issues and find court paperwork daunting.
  • International Institute of Connecticut (IICONN)
    Represent clients in Immigration Court or assist them with obtaining immigration relief from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS).
  • Legal Services Offices*
    We help low-income people resolve their civil legal problem, make informed decisions, and give them necessary information to take action
  • IRIS Legal Services Department*
    Helping refugees and other displaced people establish new lives, regain hope, and contribute to the vitality of Connecticut’s community.
  • Lawyers for Children America*
    Children need individual representation during child protection proceedings to ensure that their best interests are served.
  • Pro Bono Partnership, Inc.*
    A nonprofit organization, like any other corporation, regularly needs business legal advice to understand the complex web of overlapping state and federal regulations by which it is governed.
  • Statewide Legal Services*
    The money from a security deposit is often needed for a security deposit in another apartment. For low income people, any source of money needs to be pursued.
  • University of Connecticut School of Law Tax Clinic*
    The goal of this project is to assist low income taxpayers in getting much needed refunds or to stop collection by putting accounts in not collectible status or submitting an offer in compromise.
  • The Children's Law Center of Connecticut, Inc.*
    This project matches students with volunteers who provide early intervention before truancy-related problems become intractable or a Family with Service Needs petition is filed in Juvenile Court.
  • Connecticut Veterans Legal Center*
    Connecticut Veterans Legal Center exists to help military veterans recovering from homelessness and mental illness overcome legal barriers to stable housing and income.
  • State of Connecticut Judicial Branch
    Clients are able to get their legal questions answered and have clear idea of options that are available to them and what the consequences of those options are.
  • Connecticut Legal Rights Project
    Housing and employment are fundamental to the stability and recovery of our clients, and their ability to be self-sufficient and participate as full members of the community.
  • Internal Revenue Service
    The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program provides free tax preparation for low to moderate income families.