National nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing access to justice through innovative uses of technology and increased volunteer lawyer participation.
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Primary geographic focus: Illinois
Organization type(s): Bar/Pro Bono
CONTENT MENTIONING/INVOLVING THIS SOURCENews Story Susan Beck
April 19, 2016
Microsoft Corp. is committing $1 million to fund pilot projects for online legal portals that will direct low-income people to legal service providers.
Letter to Editor Linda Rio Reichmann
August 30, 2017
Low-income Americans received no or inadequate legal help for 86 percent of their non-criminal legal problems, including domestic violence, divorce, child support, veterans' benefits, disability access, housing conditions and health care.
News Story Catalina Gonella
February 3, 2017
Civil legal aid groups Immigrant Advocates Network and Pro Bono Net have created a new free online program to help people navigate the byzantine immigration process and find out whether they might qualify for visas, legal status or other immigrants benefits.
News Story Victor Verdugo
January 31, 2017
The site, which is available in both English and Spanish, allows people to complete an online interview that can then help users determine whether they qualify for a legal path to residency or a protection program.
Blog Post Patrick Allan
January 27, 2017
The tool also makes finding help from nonprofit legal experts easy.
Column Tina Rosenberg
New York Times (NYT)
June 1, 2016
The rise of online legal forms may not be a gripping subject, but it matters. Tens of millions of Americans need legal help for civil problems — they need a divorce, child support or visitation, protection from abuse or a stay of eviction.
News Story Riva Richmond
May 2, 2016
Peel is the founder of Pro Bono Network, an Oak Park, Ill., non-profit organization that provides about 40 volunteer lawyers a month to Chicago-area legal aid agencies.
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