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Pro Bono Partnerships and Models – A Practical Guide to What Works , 2nd edition

Pro Bono Partnerships and Models – A Practical Guide to What Works , 2nd edition

The Australian Pro Bono Centre, 2016

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Pro Bono Partnerships and Models – A Practical Guide to What Works , 2nd edition is the guide to developing successful partnerships for delivering pro bono legal services in Australia

 

Format: Paperback


Description

For lawyers and firms offering pro bono assistance, and for community organisations seeking it, Pro Bono Partnerships and Models — a Practical Guide to What Works is the essential companion work to the Australian Pro Bono Manual.

 

Features

Detailed case studies, testimonials and commentary on pro bono practice draw on a wealth of experience on:

  • the models of pro bono assistance,
  • how to build and strengthen relationships with pro bono partners,
  • the features of successful pro bono projects, and
  • common challenges and how to tackle them.

 

Related Titles

The Australian Pro Bono Manual, 3rd ed (2016)

Author

The Australian Pro Bono Centre is an independent centre of expertise that aims to grow the capacity of the Australian legal profession to provide pro bono legal services that are focused on increasing access to justice for socially disadvantaged and/or marginalised persons, and furthering the public interest. It was established at the UNSW Law Faculty in 2004.

Table of Contents

Part 1 how to use this book

1   What is in this book?
2   Who will find this book useful?


Part 2 Themes arising from consultations

3   Importance of relationships and communication
4   Importance of developing a strong pro bono culture
5   Where pro bono resources should be directed: greatest need versus achievable goals
6   Size matters
7   Innovation


Part 3 Understanding your potential partner

8   Tips for planning and maintaining relationships
9   Pro bono referral schemes and organisations
10   Large law firms
11   Small law firms
12   Community legal centres
13   Non-legal not-for-profit organisations and charities
14   Barristers
15   In-house/corporate lawyers
16   Government lawyers
17   Individual volunteers
18   Law students


Part 4 Models of pro bono legal assistance

19   Case referral
20   Clinics
21   Outreach
22   Secondments
23   Fellowships
24   Co-counselling
25   Secondary ‘consults’ or ‘phone a friend assistance’
26   Technology-based services: telephone, video conferencing, online and mobile technology
27   Law reform and policy work
28   Assistance to non-legal not-for-profit organisations and charities
29   Community legal education
30   Non-legal assistance
31   International pro bono

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