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Contribute pro bono services and make an impact on the trademark community!

An important initiative dedicated to the advancement of trademark pro bono work globally.

INTA's main pro bono objective is to provide a gateway for members to access invaluable information on how to successfully get involved in pro bono programs. There are several ways to achieve this:
  • Create a team of member volunteers who are dedicated to furthering pro bono within the INTA community.
  • Provide links to websites of organizations that are involved with trademark or IP related pro bono work to show opportunities for involvement.
  • Highlight INTA members’ pro bono efforts.
  • Develop pro bono table topics and sessions at upcoming INTA programs.

Do you know an individual or organization involved in trademark pro bono, or do you have your own success story?

We want to hear about it! Email Peg Reardon, Director, Membership, at preardon@inta.org to have your experiences, guidance, and suggestions cited on our website.


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International Pro Bono Resource Guide

Search for Pro Bono Organizations:

OrganizationWebsite (Contact)
collapse Australia
Centre for Asia-Pacific Pro Bonohttp://www.cappb.org/
The CAPPB is a clearing house that seeks to maych requests for pro bono assistance from orginizations (including governments) in the Asia-Pacific region with appropriate international pro bono legal service providers in Australia.
Homeless Persons’ Legal Clinic (HPLC)http://www.pilch.org.au/hplc/
Pro bono general free legal services to the homeless or people at risk of homelessness.
Homeless Persons’ Legal Service (HPLS)http://www.piac.asn.au/campaigns/homeless-persons-legal-service
General free legal services to homeless through a human rights framework.
Law Society of New South Wales Pro Bono Schemehttp://www.lawsociety.com.au/community/findingalawyer/probono/
This is a clearing house that can put people in contact with law firms willing to provide general legal services for free/reduced fees.
National Association of Community Legal Centreshttp://www.naclc.org.au/
CLCs are independently operation not-for-profit community organizations that provide general legal and related services to the public, focusing on the disadvantaged and people with special needs.
National Network of Women's Legal Serviceshttp://www.nwjc.org.au/
The NWJC is a coalition of organizations and individuals which aims to promote women's equality before the law in Australia.
National Pro Bono Resource Centrehttp://www.nationalprobono.org.au/
National Pro Bono Resource Centre is a clearing house that provides general pro bono legal services to lawyers, law firms and the community sector.
Queensland Public Interest Law Clearing House Incorporatedhttp://www.qpilch.org.au/
QPILCH is a clearing house that provides general pro bono legal services for individuals and community groups.
The Law Society Northern Territoryhttp://lawsocietynt.asn.au/for-the-community/pro-bono-clearing-house
The Law Society Northern Territory is a clearing house that provides a full general range of services to solicitors (particularly members).
Victorian Bar Pro Bono Schemehttp://www.vicbar.com.au/
The Victorian Bar is a private, voluntary, self-funded, non-profit professional association that provides general legal representation without fear/favour to the community.