This page is dedicated to providing mentors and mentees with pro bono opportunities to aid in the mentoring process. Below, please find a list of pro bono organizations that may be of interest as you get started with your mentoring program. You can visit the CBA pro bono opportunities page here for a more in depth list of pro bono opportunities available to you.
If you know of an organization that should be listed below but is not, feel free to email CAMP and let us know what it is and why it should be added to the list.
- Colorado Flood Legal Relief is a legal services program sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division Disaster Legal Services Program. Through this program, Colorado attorneys are volunteering their time and assistance to flood victims in need of free legal assistance. The program is designed to provide limited assistance to flood victims to help assess legal needs. Click on the image below to learn more!
- In October 2011, the Colorado Bar Association and the Colorado Access to Justice Commission launched Make History Colorado, a campaign that highlights pro bono opportunities across the state available to Colorado attorneys.
Make History. Only you can.
- Raising the Bar on Civic Education – Coloradocivics.com is a collaboration of state and national programs to promote and advance civic education and encourage widespread participation by members of the Colorado legal profession in particular, as well as members of the academic community and the public at large.
- Metro Volunteer Lawyers’ Mission is: “To bridge the gap in access to justice by coordinating the provision of pro bono legal services by volunteer lawyers within the Denver Metro Area to people who could not otherwise afford legal services for their civil legal issues.”
Watch this video about Metro Volunteer Lawyers’ client, Maria Nunez, and volunteer attorney, Steve Cook discussing how MVL helped Maria resolve the legal issues she faced.