Lawyers make a difference for people and for society.
They solve legal problems, provide free legal help to
the poor, and give time to many other community efforts.
Lawyers Give Services
Pro Bono Initiative
Lawyers volunteer to provide free legal services to low-income families or nonprofit agencies who serve those in need. It is one way to fulfill the duties in the Pro Bono Standard.
Pro Bono Initiative—More Info
Lawyers Give Money
Access to Justice Fund
Lawyers make donations to the Access To Justice Fund to support civil legal aid for the poor. It is one way to meet obligations under the voluntary Pro Bono Standard.
Access to Justice Fund—More Info
Lawyers Give Time
In addition to giving pro bono legal services to the poor and monetary donations for legal aid, many lawyers also give time to other community efforts.
Read Stories of Lawyers Volunteering Pro Bono and Community Services
Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP attorneys Robert M. Riley and Andrew M. Pauwels recently helped a father fend off a challenge that could have usurped his parental rights to his child.
The University of Michigan Law School Chapter of the Iraqi Refugee Assistance Project recently honored two Michigan attorneys with its annual awards.
Since the summer of 2014, Jerome Crawford has had the pleasure and honor of serving in the Detroit IMPACT Motion to Terminate Project.
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