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Full or Part Pro Bono Representation
Attorneys needed to help low-income applicants in the Denver metro area (including Adams, Arapahoe, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, Elbert and Jefferson counties). MVL is looking for volunteers to help people with probate, family law, bankruptcy, landlord tenant, housing, social security, and mediation services. Volunteers can take a full rep case or help out at a legal clinic for only a couple hours.
The mission of the ACLU is to protect, defend, and extend the civil rights and civil liberties of the people of Colorado through litigation, education, and advocacy.
The Association of Corporate Counsel has partnered with the Pro Bono Institute is assist in-house counsel who wants to establish or improve their legal department's pro bono efforts.
The Asian Pacific Development Center provides a variety of human services to the Asian Pacific population in Colorado.
ProBoPat seeks to connect low income Colorado inventors with Colorado patent professionals for patent preparation and prosecution legal services on a pro bono or significantly reduced fee basis.
Project Safeguard needs family law attorneys for domestic violence victims seeking permanent civil protection orders and dissolution of marriage or allocation of parental responsibilities. Project Safeguard provides all the appropriate forms.
The Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center’s team of legal professionals and social workers work as a unit to make sure we consider the whole child in every decision and recommendation concerning the lives of abused, neglected and at-risk children.
RMIAN is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing legal information and representation to non-citizens detained by the Department of Homeland Security and lacking access to legal counsel.
RMVLC is a non-profit organization that provides free legal representation for victims of violent crime in criminal cases aiding with enforcement of both Colorado and Federal Crime Victims' Rights Acts.
This program offers counseling, safe housing, legal advocacy, and trial support to Hispanic/Latino victims of domestic violence; it also provides educational groups for adult and child/youth victims of domestic violence.
Disability Law Colorado’s primary goal is to open up the legal system to those who would otherwise be unable to voice their needs because of the complexity of the service bureaucracy, their disability, or because they are unable to act on their own behalf.
This program provides assistance to battered women and survivors who are disabled or who are victims of caregiver abuse. The program also provides comprehensive personal and legal advocacy to clients, rent assistance, peer support, education and awareness, emergency financial aid, case coordination, information, and referrals.
ECH seeks attorneys for its wage claim program, Denver’s first day laborer organization that protects the rights of vulnerable day laborer populations through an employment program, a legal program, and other educational programs.