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CPBO Challenge Report

Since its founding in 2000, CPBO has worked with hundreds of legal departments and seen tremendous growth in pro bono among in-house counsel. This growth is displayed in the publication, CPBO Challenge® Report: The Development of In-House Pro Bono.


Save the Date: 2014 PBI Annual Dinner

Mark your calendar for the 2014 PBI Annual Dinner on November 6 at Gotham Hall in New York, where PBI and CPBO will honor the significant, innovative, and impactful contributions the legal profession has made in pro bono work.  This year’s Annual Dinner, “Celebrating the Promises of Pro Bono,” emphasizes the commitments to the challenges ahead as well as the accomplishments that we all have made in the continuing battle for access to justice.

If you're interested in supporting the Annual Dinner, please download the following documents for more information: Sponsorship Packet - Benefit Committee Packet

Join CPBO at the 2014 ACC Annual Meeting

Is your legal department looking to give back to the community by representing indigent clients? As in-house counsel, are you interested in learning more about engaging in pro bono legal services? Join CPBO at the 2014 ACC Annual Meeting for a session titled, "In-House Pro Bono: How to Start." This session, held on Thursday, October 30, will provide an overview of how to develop pro bono at your legal department or ACC chapter through guidance and best practices.  We look forward to seeing you there!

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New York Legal Departments Conduct Pro Bono Clinic

August 14, 2014

Attorneys and interns from Goldman Sachs, Barclays, and UBS joined forces with Morgan Lewis & Bockius, Sullivan & Cromwell, and Linklaters to provide pro bono to aid immigrants in the naturalization process.


CPBO Celebrates its 50th Clinic in a Box® Program

July 30, 2014

On July 25th, 2014, CPBO held its 50th Clinic in a Box® program, an “off-the-shelf” model that offers in-house counsel the opportunity to provide pro bono legal services to nonprofits or small businesses in the community.