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Tahirih Justice Center

At Tahirih we have a staff person solely dedicated to the pro bono network and case placement. In addition, we provide the necessary training in immigration law and partner you with a Tahirih staff attorney to co-counsel the case and to support your representation. There are generally five types of cases that we place with pro bono attorneys: asylum, VAWA, SIJS, U visas, and T visas. Each case type provides different opportunities and requires different time commitments.

Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services

Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services (TVAS) is a community service committee under the Tarrant County Bar Foundation. TVAS' objectives are: to serve the Tarrant County community by connecting Tarrant County attorneys with those who could not otherwise afford representation; to encourage participation from our legal community in pro bono legal services; and to create a program that recognizes individual attorneys, law firms, and corporations in Tarrant County for their commitment to pro bono legal represetation.

Texas Accountants And Lawyers For The Arts

TALA is seeking licensed legal and accounting professionals as well as individuals who would like to consider volunteering their time and expertise in the following areas:Legal Services (Must be a Texas licensed attorney); Accounting Services (Must be a Texas-licensed CPA); Legal or Accounting Speaker for TALA seminars and workshops; Legal or Accounting Writer for TALA publications; Dispute Resolution/Mediation; Graphic Design Services;Computer Services; Marketing; Office Assistance.

Texas Advocacy Project

All legal services are free to clients. Pro Bono attorneys may help in any of the following three ways: (1) Statewide Referral Attorney. Receive calls from victims. Provide half hour consultation over the phone. Representation of a referred caller would be totally at your discrection and by your own terms. (2) Represent Clients. You will be provided a client's case documents after they have been prepared by TAP attorneys. Represent the client in court at final hearing for divorce, approx. 1-4 hour time commitment (3) Austin: Hotline Attorney at TAP Office.

Texas Community-Building with Attorney Resources (Texas C-BAR)

Our mission is to improve the quality of life for low-income communities in Texas by providing pro bono business law resources to nonprofits and microentrepreneurs for whom legal assistance is financially out of reach. We fulfill this mission by connecting eligible nonprofits and microenterprises to attorney volunteers through Texas C-BAR and LAMP (Legal Assistance to Microenterprises Project).

Texas Fair Defense Project

We have short-term and long-term opportunities for attorneys to work on a variety of projects. Attorneys can work short-term on legal research projects, policy projects, outreach projects, and court-watching in different counties. Attorneys can also work on amicus briefs (usually for the Court of Criminal Appeals).

Texas Legal Answers

The State Bar of Texas’s Legal Access Division (LAD), has launched Texas Legal Answers, a pro bono legal advice clinic, whose goal is to expand access to free civil legal service for low income Texans and provides a flexible pro bono opportunity for Texas attorneys.