Who are pro bono lawyers for in Singapore?

Who are pro bono lawyers for in Singapore?

This is pro bono representation for needy accused persons who are unable to afford a lawyer, and are facing non-capital charges in a Singapore court, regardless of nationality.

Who is the Law Society pro bono services?

Launched in 2007, and incorporated in 2017 as a company limited by guarantee, Law Society Pro Bono Services (“LSPBS”) is a registered charity with an Institution of a Public Character (“IPC”) status. LSPBS seeks to provide pro bono legal assistance to the community and to organisations in Singapore serving the needy and disadvantaged.

What do you need to know about Pro Bono Net?

Pro Bono Net is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing access to justice through innovative uses of technology and increased volunteer lawyer participation. Watch our video celebrating our 15th anniversary celebration and learn more about how Pro Bono Net and our partners are bridging the justice gap.

Where can I find a pro bono lawyer?

There you will find a legal aid & pro bono attorney’s contact, education, and biographical information to supplement your research. Where possible, our profiles will also include links to a legal aid & pro bono lawyer’s personal biography, firm website, and other relevant information to consider.

Why does the State Bar of California offer pro bono services?

Why volunteer for pro bono The State Bar of California encourages attorneys to perform pro bono work in the course of their careers. Offering pro bono legal services is a way for new attorneys to gain experience, and for experienced attorneys to provide assistance to those who need it the most.

Is there a maximum wage for a pro bono lawyer?

Often there is a maximum wage a client can earn while working with a legal aid / pro bono lawyer. Legal aid / pro bono attorneys listed here are recognized by their peers for their professional achievements making it easy to find a reputable lawyer that fits your needs.

Do you qualify for the Emeritus attorney pro bono program?

Previously called the Emeritus Attorney Pro Bono Program, the Pro Bono Practice Program offers attorneys the opportunity to contribute their legal expertise to Californians in need. Eligible participants who qualify can have their State Bar license fees waived.