CPBO can help to determine the needs and interests of your legal department and community and tailor a pro bono program that is right for you – there is no need to reinvent the wheel. Specifically, CPBO offers:

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November 16, 2022, marked the first annual EmPOWERing Bono Day, a day of service for volunteer attorneys and legal staff from electric and gas companies, including Avangrid, Consolidated Edison, Dominion Energy, Duke Energy Corporation, El Paso Electric, Entergy Corporation, Exelon Corporation, and PPL Corporation.  Learn more here.

Registration is open for the PBI 2023 Annual Conference! The PBI Annual Conference is the legal profession’s premier pro bono event tailored to the interests and needs of pro bono leaders at law firms, in-house legal departments, and legal services organizations. Learn more here.

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How Amazon and Cisco’s legal chiefs have cultivated pro bono programs

October 31, 2022

Legal Dive October 31, 2022 Members of Amazon’s legal department have provided pro bono legal services to guests at a Seattle-based homeless shelter, and they have worked with the Mid-Atlantic Innocence Project to rectify wrongful convictions. Read more…

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Womble Partners With Truist Client and Legal Aid to Expunge Criminal Records

October 11, 2022

Law.com October 11, 2022 Womble Bond Dickinson partnered with a major banking client on a large pro bono project in which attorneys worked together to expunge the criminal records of dozens of North Carolina residents. Overall, the project consisted of more than 310 volunteer hours, 150 petitions prepared and over 50 clients served. Read more…

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Chief Legal Officers & Pro Bono


Tune into Pro Bono Institute’s newest podcast “CLO and Pro Bono Series” and listen to chief legal officers of Corporate Pro Bono Challenge® signatories discuss the pro bono efforts at their departments and how they are working to improve access to justice.