COVID-19 Pro Bono Resources

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The State Bar of Texas, Sidley Austin, LLP, Houston Bar Association, Houston Immigration Legal Services Collaborative, Houston Volunteer Lawyers, Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas, Lone Star Legal Aid, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, United Policyholders, and Disability Rights Texas across Texas have created a disaster manual for pro bono volunteers. The manual is used as a reference when handling issues that frequently arise during disasters – from giving quick advice and limited scope services to handling an entire case. The manual is reviewed annually and updated to reflect current law and relevant disaster information. more »

Visit the library for pro bono resources such as videos, articles, checklists, toolkits, handbooks and information specially created to enhance your pro bono experience. more »

The state’s three major legal aid programs — Legal Aid of NorthWest Texas, Lone Star Legal Aid, and Texas RioGrande Legal Aid — are offering a three-hour online CLE course designed to help attorneys learn about Chapter 7 bankruptcies while helping others. The course is offered free of charge to each attorney who commits to take two Chapter 7 bankruptcy cases from one of the three legal aid providers during the next two years. The providers are expecting a surge of bankruptcy cases as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Sign up via email. more »

Prepare, manage and file bankruptcy cases online with NextChapter. They offer their software for free to attorneys doing pro bono bankruptcy cases. With a code, attorney volunteers can file with the court at no charge. Request a code for a free filing. more »

Access thousands of current forms in the practice areas that are most common for pro bono cases, including immigration. more »