Pro Bono Connect helps barristers and solicitors collaborate on pro bono cases

We match barristers and solicitors acting pro bono on civil matters for individuals, charities and community groups who cannot afford legal advice or representation

Our matching process

1. Send us the details of your case using our request template

Member firms or chambers send us details of their case using our template request form

2. We post details of your case to the PBC member network

We notify our pool of members of the details of the case. Requests from barristers are sent to our solicitors’ pool and vice versa

3. Get contacted from interesting parties and start collaborating

If one of our members wishes to collaborate on the case, they will contact the requesting barrister or solicitor directly

To read a more detailed summary of how the scheme works, please download our info pack

Pro Bono Connect is a signatory to the Joint Pro Bono Protocol for Legal Work

Pro Bono Connect also welcomes solicitor advocates as part of the scheme. All references to requests by or to barristers on this website should be read as barristers/solicitor advocates.

What people are saying…

The Pro Bono Connect scheme has worked very well for us

I am so relieved to finally be getting this matter sorted and I couldn’t have done it without your help

It was invaluable to have the help of a firm

Fantastic example of how it works. Taken to a new level. Close team work across professions

Excellent initiative to harness sols-bar relationship
Pro Bono Co-Ordinator

An exciting scheme which links pro bono solicitors and barristers. Huge potential to help litigants in person
Pro Bono Co-Ordinator

Participating Chambers

36 Bedford Row 11 New Square
Brick Court New Square Chambers
Cloisters Chambers Normanton Chambers
Coram Northgate Tax Chambers
Crown Office Chambers 15 Old Square
1 Crown Office Row Outer Temple
Devereux One Essex Court
Enterprise 3 Paper Buildings
Erimus Chambers 4 Pump Court
Essex Court Chambers 6 Pump Court
Falcon Chambers Pump Court Chambers
Field Court Chambers Pump Court Tax
Five Paper 5RB
Forum Revenue Bar Association
Fountain Court St Ives Chambers
Hogarth St Phillips Chambers
Isle of Man Tax Selbourne
11 KBW South Square
12 KBW 8 South Square
Landmark Chambers 11 South Square
Littleton Spire Barristers
Maitland 4 Stone Buildings
Matrix Chambers Temple Tax chambers
Midland Chambers Twenty Essex
Monckton Chambers 3 Verulam Buildings

Participating Firms

A&O Kirkland & Ellis
Addleshaw Goddard Linklaters
Ashurst Mayer Brown
Ashwood Solicitors Milbank
Arnold & Porter Mishcon De Reya
Axiom Stone Morrison Foerster
Baker & McKenzie MTC Solicitors
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner Norton Rose Fulbright
Brown Rudnick Obaseki Solicitors
Clyde & Co Orrick
Cooley Pallas Partners
Cornelian Lawyers and Mediators Pinsent Masons
Covington & Burling Reed Smith
Debevoise & Plimpton Shearman & Sterling
Dechert Sidley Austin
Dentons Simmons & Simmons
DLA Piper Skadden UK
Enyo Law Slaughter and May
Eversheds Sutherland Spencer West
Herbert Smith Freehills Three Crowns
Hogan Lovells Travers Smith
Hudgell Solicitors Watkins and Gunn
K&L Gates Weil Gotshal
Kingsley Napley White & Case

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Please note that pro bono connect is unable to accept cases directly from the public. It operates a referral system to match barristers and solicitors on existing pro bono cases

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