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Oregon Advocate Online Resources

Oregon lawyers serving the public good

OregonAdvocates.org

This is a one-stop website with resources for Oregon Lawyers serving the public good. Membership is free, and takes just a few minutes. If you are a volunteer (Pro Bono) attorney, legal services advocate, law student or faculty advising low income and disadvantaged clients, there are resources here to help you. Once you join, you will have access to excellent training materials as well as be able to review pro bono volunteer opportunities to find a good match. The website will provide you with the information necessary to connect you with your local legal services office where you can arrange pro bono service. Additionally, you will receive information on the Pro Bono Oregon listserve linking volunteer pro bono attorneys with pro bono opportunities. Sign up today!

NOTE: Please contact your local legal aid office to make arrangements to volunteer. Signing up for this website does not sign you up to volunteer with an organization.

HELPFUL RESOURCE!

OR Pro Bono Student Network

- Helping Oregon Lawyers & Law Students Work Together on Pro Bono.

The Oregon State Bar Pro Bono Committee, Lewis and Clark Law School, the University of Oregon School of Law and Willamette University College of Law have partnered together to help Oregon attorneys connect with students from the state's three law schools to help with pro bono work. Attorneys receive capable assistance that allows the attorneys to offer more complex legal services for free. Law students receive an opportunity to gain real-world experience while helping the underprivileged obtain desperately-needed legal services. Together, attorneys and law students are working to pass on the commitment to pro bono and to ensure that no one in Oregon lacks a voice in the legal system. Check it out at ORprobonostudent.net today, or find the link in the library under pro bono on this website.


This website is powered by Pro Bono Net - Lawyers serving the public good.

You can view the short film describing how ProBono.net is supporting legal services to low income individuals nationwide through technological support for legal aid and pro bono programs.

Pro Bono Net (short version) from Pam Weisz on Vimeo.

Participating Organizations:

Association of Oregon Legal Services Programs

LASO/OLC Pro Bono Committee

The Campaign for Equal Justice

What's New

AVAILABLE NOW:

Tenant Rights in Foreclosure- NEW State Law (9/2011)

New Library Resource: Military Law - resources on representing Veterans and Servicemembers and their families. Subfolders include substantive training and reference materials on benefits, disability, retirement, re-employment rights, and family law issues.

2011 Updated versions of Elder Law In Oregon booklet in English and Spanish - in Elder Law folder in the Library section!


-New Referral Resources in the Library


PRO BONO OPPORTUNITIES EXPANDED -NEW LISTINGS FOR PRO BONO OPPORTUNITIES IN MULTNOMAH COUNTY, THE METRO AREA AND STATE-WIDE. LOOK FOR MORE ADDITIONS IN THE COMING MONTHS!

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