Lawyers Giving Back
This State Bar department offers support, training, publications, resource materials, and more to legal services programs and pro bono volunteers.
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|What is Pro
Read about our Pro Bono policies and FAQ.
|Where can I find free or reduced-fee
Search the Referral Directory which has information about legal services and other resources for low-income Texans.
|Where can I volunteer?
Visit the TexasLawyersHelp.org website for information on how to volunteer.
|Where can I find free legal information
and forms online?
Visit TexasLawHelp.org for free information on family law matters, protective orders, and other self-help legal resources.
|How do I report my pro bono
Report your annual hours online and help the State Bar track attorney pro bono service across Texas.
|How can I find my local legal aid
Use the Legal Aid Area Directory to help find your local legal aid office.
|How can I become a member of
the Pro Bono College? Learn how you can become
||I don't qualify for legal aid, who can I
Contact the State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral Information Services (LRIS) department.
|Where can I donate money to
support civil legal service?
Get details on how to donate to the Texas Access to Justice Fund.
|I am a veteran, how can I get legal
Visit Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans (TLTV), a State Bar of Texas program for military veterans who otherwise cannot afford or do not have access to the legal services they need.
|How can I volunteer during a
Learn how to volunteer your services during a crisis.
|I am active military, how can I get legal
Contact the Legal Assistance to Military Personnel (LAMP) program. It is a consortium of state and local bar associations that provide legal assistance to military personnel and their families.
|Do I qualify for the Emeritus
Learn more about this program that allows retired, inactive, or out-of-state-licensed attorneys to provide pro bono help in Texas.
|I am having trouble with my attorney, who
can I call?
Contact the Client Attorney Assistance Program (CAAP) to find out how it can help resolve disputes between you and your attorney.
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Pro Bono Superstars
The State Bar of Texas celebrates legal professionals who generously donate their time and talent to help change the lives of people in need.
Legal Access Division
Pro Bono Department
800.204.2222 (ext. 1855)
Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans is a State Bar of Texas program to develop and assist pro bono legal clinics throughout the state for military veterans who otherwise cannot afford or do not have access to the legal services they need.
This organization of attorney spouses supports the legal profession and public education.
Report your pro bono hours! The Pro Bono College recognizes attorneys who have far exceeded the State Bar's aspirational pro bono goal in their efforts to address the vast unmet legal needs of the poor.
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