Pro Bono Lawyers: How Do Pro Bono Lawyers Get Paid?

You might already have heard about the term ‘pro bono’ but got ambiguous thoughts of what does it mean.

It is taken from the Latin term, “pro bono publicia” which translates “for the public good”.

The main rationale behind the term is (but is not limited to) a free legal service that is offered by a lawyer to people who cannot afford it.

Is it mandatory for lawyers to offer Pro bono service?

How do pro bono lawyers get paid?

How to find a Pro bono lawyer?

A part from other lawyers is that they offer their services for no cost to those who are not able to pay high legal fees to claim their rights regardless of the reason.

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Requirements to have a pro bono lawyer

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Areas that are covered by a pro bono lawyer include – Unemployment – Eviction – Consumer credit – Domestic abuse – Landlord/tenant – Housing – Social Security