For Attorneys

Equipping You for Pro Bono Service

Thank you for considering volunteering! Performing pro bono work for our community
provides personal satisfaction and fulfilment while helping to ensure everyone has access to equal justice. You can give brief advice, limited scope representation, or take on a full pro bono case. To learn more about these opportunities, visit

To volunteer your legal services, simply complete the form available here:

Justice is what love looks like in public.
~ Dr. Cornel West

Why Do Pro Bono?

As attorneys we are asked to “seek improvement of the law, access to the legal system, the administration of justice. You have a responsibility to give service to those unable to pay by aspiring “to render at least 50 hours of pro bono publico legal services per year.” Serving your community is a duty and source of satisfaction. You can improve the law and increase access to equal justice for all people.

Important Information

  • Letter from Judge Parker about volunteering
  • Malpractice Coverage Explainer for Volunteers

Utah Rules

  • Out-of-State Attorney Pro Bono Practice Rule (R14-803)
  • Inactive Attorney Pro Bono Practice Rule (R14-803)
  • Law Student Pro Bono Practice Rule (Rule 14-807)
  • Law School Graduate Pro Bono Practice Rule (Rule 14-807)
  • Voluntary Pro Bono Legal Service (R13-6.1)
  • Short-term Limited Legal Services (R13-6.5)
  • Licensed Paralegal Practitioners (R15-301)

Upcoming Events

      Pro Bono-Modest Means Trainings