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INTA Pro Bono

 

 Benefits of Legal Pro Bono

 
  • Take responsibility for your organization’s impact on the community.
  • Engage in voluntary programs to improve individuals’ quality of life.
  • Contribute to the progression of an ethical social and economic environment.
  • Enhance your organization’s reputation
  • Boost employee morale and foster teamwork
  • Fulfill ethical obligations
Do you need pro bono assistance from a trademark lawyer? 

INTA has launched a pilot pro bono clearinghouse to connect those in need of trademark legal support with available trademark lawyers. The initial pilot program is currently accepting a limited number of submissions focusing on trademark matters falling within the United States. To learn more about the pro bono clearinghouse click on the Clearing House

In addition, please see the below "International Pro Bono Resource Guide," which highlights a wealth of assistance available now through pro bono organizations in a variety of countries. 
Are you a trademark lawyer, firm or corporation wanting to provide pro bono assistance?

Pro Bono work provides many advantages for lawyers. INTA has launched a pro bono clearinghouse to match its member lawyer with pro bono clients in need of trademark assistance. You can find more information by going to our Pro Bono Clearinghouse page.
 
In the meantime, please see the information in the “Benefits of Legal Pro Bono” and “Pro Bono Resources” headings below to learn how to build a pro bono program and find out about organizations currently looking for volunteers.
Are you an INTA member looking for information on INTA’s pro bono committee?

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? Are you looking for Pro Bono assistance?

We want to hear about it! Email the Pro Bono Committee at prbono@inta.org to have your experiences, guidance, and suggestions cited on our website.