Whether you are a new or experienced attorney, you can help.
The ways that we use pro bono attorneys differ from county to county depending on local needs and other available resources. When attorneys are solicited to volunteer, they are asked to indicate what kind of cases they are willing and qualified to take. If they are interested in taking a case but do not feel competent to take it because of lack of expertise or training, they should contact LASP about receiving the training and mentoring they need to provide representation.
Periodically, Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses are offered at discounted rates to attorneys who agree to take pro bono cases. LASP also provides malpractice coverage and use of its space and equipment to those volunteers who provide services.
Please see our Become a Pro Bono Attorney page for more information.