Pro Bono

If you are in need of free legal service there are a number of organisations that can help you obtain pro bono assistance. There are specific criteria you need to meet in order to qualify, so make sure to check out the below information and connect with the relevant organisation in your state or territory.

What is Pro Bono?

Pro Bono legal services typically means either the provision of free or significantly reduced costs for legal advice to individuals or institutions who cannot afford to pay for legal services.

Who is Pro Bono for?

Pro-bono services are provided to individuals who live below the poverty line along with not for profit or other charitable organisations who are in need of legal services to stand up for matters in the public interest.

How do I apply for Pro Bono?

You will need to make an application to the relevant legal assistance service that resides in the state or territory where you live, or where you wish to make a claim. Below we have listed links to these services.

Does Legally Yours provide Pro Bono services?

The lawyers in the Legally Yours marketplace do not offer pro-bono services. We understand the cost of legal services can be prohibitive, which is why our lawyers provide an upfront, fixed-fee quote so you can better manage the cost and avoid any surprise bills.