Pro Bono Opportunities
With over 500,000 low income individuals and families in our community, the need for free legal services cannot be met by Legal Services staff alone. Pro Bono resources are critical to supplement the work we do and to help address the many unmet legal needs. Legal Services welcomes pro bono assistance from law firms, individual attorneys, law students, and other volunteers, and provides the necessary training and mentoring to support those volunteers. We also provide malpractice insurance for our pro bono volunteers. For more information contact
Volunteer at a Clinic
Consumer Equal Justice Clinic
Designed for volunteer attorneys to give free legal advice and brief service to low-income individuals who face abusive debt collection problems. The clinic will see clients who are being sued and clients who have not yet been sued. Types of cases: collection issues for credit card debt, medical debt, and auto loan deficiencies, collector harassment, identity theft fraud, credit reporting errors, and student loan debt issues.
Monroe County Pro Bono Clinic
The Monroe County Pro Bono Clinic is designed for volunteer attorneys to give free legal advice to low-income individuals who need assistance with divorce, private landlord tenant, small claims court, or probate cases. Click the Sign Up button below to volunteer at an upcoming clinic.
Tenant's Equal Justice Clinic
Designed for volunteer attorneys to give free legal advice to low-income individuals whose landlord has not returned a security deposit or clients who are living in unsuitable, unsafe or unhealthy living conditions. Attorneys assist with initiating pro se Small Claims Court case or drafting letters to assist the client in curing legal issues that impede stable housing or habitability. Types of cases: Security deposit, prohibited practices, conditions cases.
Florida's Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (LITCs)
If you are interested in representing a low-income taxpayer, please directly contact the LITC nearest you: Low Income Taxpayer Clinic.