How do I qualify for pro bono assistance?

To qualify for the South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program, you must meet federally established poverty guidelines. To find out if you qualify, please call 1-800-395-3425.

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One of the hallmarks of the legal profession is its demonstrated commitment to service to those who are unable to afford representation.

The obligations described in Rule 6.1 of the Rules of Professional Responsibility are taken seriously by many members of the Bar. The following statements have been adopted by the Pro Bono Board:

Vision Statement:
To support Pro Bono services in each circuit so that every qualified individual and organization who needs legal assistance in South Carolina receives it.

Mission Statement:
The South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program recruits, supports and recognizes volunteer attorneys throughout the state and provides appropriate legal assistance to low-income individuals and qualified non-profit organizations through training, technology, recognition, recruitment and mentoring.

How do I qualify for pro bono assistance?

To qualify for the South Carolina Bar Pro Bono Program, you must meet federally established poverty guidelines. To find out if you qualify, please call 1-800-395-3425.

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Volunteer to respond to disaster-related questions on SC Free Legal Answers.