Posted on October 2, 2005

“You might not feel like your legal expertise is conducive to providing direct legal services to individuals such as the [Katrina] evacuees, but consider providing your services to the nonprofit agencies whose mission is to serve those in need.

That is the idea behind the newly-established Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta, which matches volunteer lawyers from corporations and law firms with nonprofits in need of free legal services in the areas of corporate, employment, tax, real estate, employee benefits, regulatory compliance, contracts and leases, environmental and intellectual property. By providing pro bono assistance similar to the legal work they do every day, volunteer lawyers can provide a tremendous service to our nonprofit clients.”

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