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National Pro Bono Celebration

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2014 National Pro Bono Celebration (October 19-25, 2014)


2013 National Pro Bono Week (October 20- 26, 2013)


2012 National Pro Bono Week (October 21 -27, 2012)


Pro Bono Week 2012: Anne Arundel County  


Blog posts:












Pro Bono Week Event Sheet 2012.pdf



2011 National Pro Bono Week (October 23 - 29, 2011)


Pro Bono Week 2011: Anne Arundel County Celebration


Celebrate Pro Bono sponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service at ProBono.net

     planning materials and guides for local celebrations


We are mentioned in an article, "Lawyers Do Well by Doing Good," in the ABA Journal Law News Now posted October 1, 2011.   



2010 National Pro Bono Week (October 24 - 30, 2010)


Celebration in the Anne Arundel County Public Law Library


Article in ProBono.net News: "Join the Pro Bono Celebration


Celebrate Pro Bono 2010 @ Probono.net


includes a toolbox for suggested activities




2009 National Pro Bono Week


Pro Bono Week 2009 in Anne Arundel County


The first annual Pro Bono Week was held October 25, 2009 - October 31, 2009


The first annual National Pro Bono Celebration was held October 25 through 31, 2009. Sponsored by the ABA Standing Committee on Pro Bono and Public Service, the Celebration was a coordinated national effort to showcase the great difference that pro bono lawyers make to the nation, its system of justice, its communities and, most of all, to the clients they serve. The week was also dedicated to the quest for more pro bono volunteers to meet the ever-growing legal needs of this country's most vulnerable citizens.


Learn more by reading Celebration Chair Mark Schickman's Daily Journal Oped article.


Celebration Ideas Toolkit


AABA Pro Bono Committee activities and ideas:


Lawyer in the Law Library kick-off










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