Updated: Sept. 13, 2019

Pro Bono and Public Service Volunteers

To deliver on the Washington State Bar Association's mission of serving the public and the members of the Bar, ensuring the integrity of the legal profession, and championing justice, the Bar seeks to enhance the culture of service and offer the following menu of pro bono and public service opportunities. 

Call to Duty

Serve veterans through the pledge or a Day of Service.

Moderate Means Program

Take a housing, consumer or family law case at a reduced rate and help close the access to justice gap for moderate income households (200–400% Federal Poverty Level).

Pro Bono Portal

Washington has more than 70 organizations offering opportunities to give back to your communities. Check out our pro bono portal at probonowa.org to find and connect with pro bono opportunities across the state. By volunteering with a Qualified Legal Service Provider, you can earn MCLE credits by doing pro bono work. Click here to find a QLSP in your area. 

Pro Bono Benefits and Toolkit

Find out more about model pro bono policies, earning MCLE credit for volunteering, changing to Emeritus status, and RPC 6.1. 

Pro Bono Organizations

The Bar partners with pro bono organizations to offer its members a menu of volunteer opportunities. If your pro bono organizations become a Qualified Legal Service Provider, you can offer your volunteers a number of benefits including free CLEs and MCLE credits. Learn how to become a Qualified Legal Service Provider (QLSP).

Find a Qualified Legal Service Provider near you with our directory.


The Washington State Bar Association is a member of the Alliance for Equal Justice, which is a network of Washington State organizations that work together in a collaborative way to coordinate strategy and delivery of civil legal aid to people and communities that experience poverty and injustice. Learn more about the Alliance or join.

The circle of the Alliance for Equal Justice is made up of three intersecting circles entitled: