The Triage Project
About The Triage Project
Statement of the Problem
Goals of the Effort
Why you should Volunteer for Pro Bono
How to Volunteer
If interested in a practice area, contact a Champion and ask to be put on the team or contact Lisa Bennett, Attorney, and Director of Pro Bono & Triage Programs, by email or phone, firstname.lastname@example.org / (804) 200-6038 or Shane Harper, Director of Administration of the Greater Richmond Bar Foundation at email@example.com / (804) 780-2600 ext. 1
The Eviction Diversion Program is currently a virtual pro bono opportunity to conciliate rent repayment agreements between landlords and tenants in order to stop evictions in the City of Richmond. For more info, contact Hannah Brecklin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register as a volunteer on JusticeServer – legal aid’s case management and pro bono referral system:
Once a Legal Provider approves your registration, you can log in, express interest, check conflicts & accept cases
Once a case is accepted, all case information is displayed
You can add/view case notes, attachments, important case dates, and time records
There is a pro bono experience that is right for you whether you are new to the practice of law or a veteran, whether your comfort zone is litigation or transactional work, or whether you have only a finite number of hours per week.
2021 Practice Areas & Champions
2022 Practice Areas & Champions
GRBF does not provide services for individuals, but these resources can help.