Find Your Pro Bono

Connect with a pro bono provider that is right for you by searching based on your preferences. Let us know if you would like to add or update your organization or if you know about one we should add.

Search in County

Reset filter

Search in Area of Law

Reset filter

Working With

Reset filter

I am / We are

Reset filter

Disability Rights Texas - East Texas Regional Office

Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and advance the legal, human, and civil rights of people with disabilities living in Texas. DRTx was established in 1977 by the United States Congress as Texas’ federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A). We protect and advocate for the legal and human rights of people with disabilities, a majority of whom are poor.

Disability Rights Texas - El Paso Regional Office

Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and advance the legal, human, and civil rights of people with disabilities living in Texas. DRTx was established in 1977 by the United States Congress as Texas’ federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A). We protect and advocate for the legal and human rights of people with disabilities, a majority of whom are poor.

Disability Rights Texas - North Texas Regional Office

Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and advance the legal, human, and civil rights of people with disabilities living in Texas. DRTx was established in 1977 by the United States Congress as Texas’ federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A). We protect and advocate for the legal and human rights of people with disabilities, a majority of whom are poor.

Disability Rights Texas - South Texas Regional Office

Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and advance the legal, human, and civil rights of people with disabilities living in Texas. DRTx was established in 1977 by the United States Congress as Texas’ federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A). We protect and advocate for the legal and human rights of people with disabilities, a majority of whom are poor.

Disability Rights Texas - West Texas Regional Office

Disability Rights Texas (DRTx) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to protect and advance the legal, human, and civil rights of people with disabilities living in Texas. DRTx was established in 1977 by the United States Congress as Texas’ federally designated legal protection and advocacy agency (P&A). We protect and advocate for the legal and human rights of people with disabilities, a majority of whom are poor.

Family Violence Prevention Services

FVPS provides free civil legal services for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. The majority of the cases are family law cases. FVPS welcomes any attorney who is interesed in providing direct representation. When an attorney contacts FVPS expressing interest in taking a pro bono case, the agency directly refers an applicant who has already been screened for eligibility to the pro bono attorney. The pro bono attorney can request the type of case and level of complexity and the agency will attempt to accommodate that request.

Human Rights First

Human Rights First is an independent advocacy and action organization located in New York, Washington, D.C. and Houston. Here in Houston our Refugee Representation project assists people seeking asylum in the United States through both direct representation and pro bono models.

Jane's Due Process

Jane’s Due Process provides legal representation to pregnant teens, especially those seeking legal exceptions to parental notification/consent prior to terminating their pregnancies. Texas law recognizes that parental notification may not be in the best interest of every pregnant minor, and provides a judicial bypass exception in certain cases including incest, neglect, sexual abuse, sexual assault, and other special circumstances. Jane’s Due Process identifies those minors who, because of their unique circumstances, are likely to prevail on the merits in bypass procedures.

Pages