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Volunteer Opportunities Guide

Volunteer OpportunitiesThe following volunteer programs are affiliated with the Pro Bono Center, including its Programs of the Allegheny County Bar Association/Foundation, Pittsburgh Pro Bono Partnership Programs and Member Organizations. The Pro Bono Center encourages attorneys, paralegals, and law students to volunteer their services to the following organizations and projects that provide direct legal services to low-income individuals and families. 


All volunteer opportunities by area of interest:

All volunteer opportunities in alphabetical order:

Child Custody/Termination of Parental Rights  

Civil Rights

Consumer/Bankruptcy

Criminal/Prisoner’s Rights/Return to Workforce

Disabilities and Health

Disaster

Divorce

Education

Elderly

Employment/Return to Workforce

Entertainment

General Legal Services

Homelessness

Housing

Immigration

Military and Veterans

Non-Profits/Small Businesses

Protection from Abuse

Public Benefits

SSI/SSDI

Wills/Living Wills/Powers of Attorney

Christian Legal Aid of Pittsburgh

Criminal Records Expungement Project

Collaborative Divorce Law Project

Custody Conciliation Pro Bono Project

Disaster Relief Project

Divorce Law Project

Education Law Center

Education Law Center - School Board Expulsion Hearing Pro Bono Project

Family Division Self-Help Center

Family Law Appellate Pro Bono Pilot Project

Federal Court Prisoners Civil Rights Project

Federal Probationers ECSEL Program

Flood Assistance Program

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts

H.E.L.P. Project, Homeless Experience Legal Protection

Jewish Family & Children’s Service of Pittsburgh

KidsVoice

Landlord-Tenant Project

LawLinks at the Bayer Center for Nonprofit Management

Long Term Care Clinic

McKees Rocks Clinic

Military Personnel Pro Bono Project

Neighborhood Legal Services Association

Neighborhood Table Legal Clinic

North Hills Community Outreach

Pittsburgh AIDS Task Force

Protection from Abuse Project

“Save Your Home” Mortgage Foreclosure Conciliation Project

Small Business Legal Assistance Program

Uptown Legal Clinic

Veterans Legal Clinic

Wills Project



A special thanks to members of the Young Lawyers Division for their collaboration, including: Richard Ernsberger, Trevor Fleming, Katy McKee, Rachel Rosnick, and Julie Colton.

For more information on pro bono volunteer opportunities in Allegheny County, please contact Barbara Griffin, Esq. at bgriffini@acba.org.