Pro Bono Services

Pro Bono Services Mission

The King County Bar Association Pro Bono Services promote social justice by establishing and managing volunteer-based, client-focused legal services programs and provides services on an equal and non-discriminatory basis for low income King County residents who would not otherwise receive legal assistance.

In Washington State more than 70% of low-income households experience at least one civil legal problem annually. Of these, more than three quarters or 76% of households face a civil legal problem without an attorney.1 Pro Bono Services volunteers provide free legal services valued at over $7 million annually by assisting clients to keep their housing, obtain marriage dissolutions in abusive situations, seek third party custody of children, file for bankruptcy, vacate criminal records, and more.

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Volunteer Opportunities

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Apply Now for Volunteer positions
Experienced Attorney Positions
  • Volunteer Legal Services (VLS) is seeking experienced attorneys in the areas of Chapter 7 bankruptcy, vacating criminal records, social security overpayments, estate planning, and debts. Find out more information about VLS here or email VLS Coordinator Paige Hardy
  • Neighborhood Legal Clinics is looking for volunteer attorneys with experience in immigration, family law, and bankruptcy.
  • Family Law Attorneys work with DV survivors through the Neighborhood Legal Clinics. More information here.

Family Law Mentor Program Mentor


Housing Justice Project Attorney


Kinship Care Solutions Project Attorney


Neighborhood Legal Clinics Attorney


Self-Help Plus Program Attorney


Volunteer Legal Services Attorney Advising Attorney


New Attorneys or Attorneys New to a Practice Area
  • Housing Justice Project in Kent is looking for attorney volunteers. No previous experience necessary!
  • Family Law Mentor Program offers a mentorhisp opportunity for new attorneys interested in family law. More information here.

Family Law Mentor Program Mentee


Housing Justice Project Attorney


Kinship Care Solutions Project Attorney


Neighborhood Legal Clinics Attorney


Limited License Legal Technicians (LLLT)

Neighborhood Legal Clinics LLLT


Undergraduate, Law School & Paralegal Students and Community Members

Housing Justice Project Legal Assistant


Neighborhood Legal Clinics Clinic Assistant, Intake and Referral Intern


You can support the King County Bar Association's work with pro bono clients.

Apply to VolunteerVolunteer at the YLD Walk-in Clinic Become a KCBA Member Donate to the KCBFoundation


Questions?

Contact Hayden Bellovary,
Volunteer Support
ToVolunteer@KCBA.org


  Volunteer Brochure

  Pro Bono Training Videos


NEW 2017 Internships Announced!

Neighborhood Legal Clinics LLLT