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Why You Should Attend
This program will train legal aid, nonprofit, pro bono attorneys, and allied professionals about new remote pro bono services models. Expert faculty will provide an overview of key concepts and examples of projects and substantive practice areas that have worked effectively for client communities during the pandemic. It will also cover critical considerations for designing new initiatives as clients and pro bono attorneys increasingly look to hybrid service delivery solutions. Finally, faculty will explore how organizations can incorporate concepts such as equity-centered design to provide more meaningful access to marginalized communities.
What You Will Learn
Practical and substantive considerations for remote pro bono delivery
Examples of effective remote pro bono delivery models
Strategies for ensuring accessible and equitable models for low-income, marginalized communities
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for legal aid, nonprofit, pro bono attorneys, and allied professionals seeking to expand services and volunteer engagement with effective remote delivery.