Available Volunteer Opportunities

The volunteer opportunities that are currently available are listed below. We make every effort to update this information daily but there may be a delay.

Please email volunteer@pbpatl.org if you would like to volunteer for a matter, if you would like to receive our monthly email with available volunteer opportunities, or if you have questions. If you are a first time volunteer, please include your contact information (including address and phone number), the name of your law firm or legal department, practice area, state(s) in which you are licensed to practice law, and year(s) of admittance in your email.

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Summary of Opportunities

CONTRACTS

SENIOR CITIZEN SERVICES OF METROPOLITAN ATLANTA

Mission: To provide cost-effective and innovative services to senior citizens, allowing them to maintain independence, dignity and a high quality of life.

Matter #1: Assistance reviewing senior center program management contract including facility liability issues.

 

CORPORATE

ARTPORTUNITY KNOCKS

Mission: To empower youth through positive arts education, community service and bridging cultures through the arts.

Matter #1: Providing advice regarding creating local chapters and drafting appropriate agreement. PBPA has form.

 

NORTH GEORGIA INTERFAITH MINISTRIES

Mission: To help homeless families in Lumpkin County by providing transitional housing and other assistance.

Matter #1: Assistance revising bylaws.

 

EMPLOYMENT

CONFIDENTIAL

Matter #1: Advice regarding organization restructuring, including elimination of 2 positions.

 

COWETA COUNTY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION

Mission: To enhance our community by encouraging philanthropic interaction.

Matter #1: Assistance reviewing employee handbook

 

HEALTHCARE

LOVING ARMS CANCER OUTREACH

Mission: To empower cancer patients and their families by providing education and financial and emotional support.

Matter #1: Assistance providing advice regarding collection of health information and any HIPAA implications.

 

SOMEONE CARES

Mission: To provide comprehensive support services to LGBT and underserved populations at risk for or living with HIV/AIDS and other health issues.

Matter #1: Assistance reviewing client consent and liability release form.

 

LITIGATION

RAINBOW HOUSE

Mission: To care for child victims of abuse, neglect and abandonment through shelter, support, education and advocacy.

Matter #1: Assistance developing process to address subpoenas for client records.

 

PRIVACY

GEORGIA COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES

Mission: To establish and support programs across Georgia that recruit, screen, train, and supervise CASA volunteers to speak up for children in court proceedings.

Matter #1: Advice regarding data security for donors and clients.

Matter #2: Advice for affiliates regarding protecting client and donor information including email encryption, etc.

 

TECHNOLOGY

AMIGOS FOR CHRIST

Mission: To provide opportunities for missionaries to help impoverished families in Nicaragua.

Matter #1: Assistance drafting a social media policy.