Virtual Lawyers in the Library

The Pro Bono Project is now offering a Virtual Lawyer in the Library Program. This provides the opportunity for clients that cannot get to our physical Lawyers in the Library locations, to meet with attorneys remotely through online web conferencing provided by Webex. As a volunteer attorney, you can participate in the consultations from any location with an internet connection.

We have launched a pilot program with the Public Library in Morgan Hill and anticipate expanding both the communities we can serve and the need for consulting attorneys in 2013.

If you would like to be a volunteer attorney in our Virtual Lawyers in the Library program, please complete the form below.

Note however, that at the current time we have a limited number of opportunities available until we can expand the program, but we still encourage you to complete the form so that we know you are interested. The more attorneys we know want to participate, the faster we can expand the program.

If you have any questions regarding the Virtual Lawyers in the Library program, please contact the Pro Bono Project office.

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Making a Difference

“In my first year of law school… I mostly represented clients who had been wrongfully denied disability benefits by the Social Security Administration (SSA). I wrote briefs and represented the clients at hearings before Administrative Law judges. The SSA allowed non-lawyers to represent clients, and I was excited by the opportunity… I got to do ten hearings before I got admitted to the bar, and all my clients wound up getting benefits. It was a great experience.”
Scott Maurer
 Alexander, Community Law Center