Pro Bono Partnerships and Models – A Practical Guide to What Works , 2nd edition
What Works is the guide to developing successful partnerships for delivering pro bono legal services in Australia
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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.
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.
• The Australian Pro Bono Manual, 3rd ed (2016)
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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