Pro Bono Clearing House (PBCH)
The PBCH does not accept criminal, family, immigration, defamation or native title or land rights law matters.
The aim of the Society’s PBCH is to connect members of the public needing pro bono assistance with NT legal practitioners able to provide that assistance.
Whether you’re a new lawyer wanting practical skills to build your career or a senior lawyer looking to re-energise yourself in an area of law that’s important to you—volunteering your time to provide assistance to those that are disadvantaged and cannot afford legal support is a fulfilling, valuable experience.
All members of the NT legal profession are encouraged to refer work to the PBCH, participate in the assessment of PBCH applications and to undertake work referred by the PBCH.
Pro bono legal work: a guide for individual lawyers - Australian Pro Bono Centre 2020: www.probonocentre.org.au