Connecticut’s most vulnerable residents need your legal expertise!

Will you answer the call to provide pro bono civil legal services to low-income Connecticut residents?

CBA Pro Bono Connect


We have a serious access to justice gap in Connecticut, now amplified by the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

At any given time in Connecticut:

  • More than 90% of tenants face eviction from their homes without the assistance of counsel, and typically must litigate against a represented party
  • More than 85% of family cases involve at least one self-represented party
  • 73% of homeowners face foreclosure without the assistance of counsel

Thousands of Connecticut families face serious benefits, consumer, education, family, housing and immigration issues without the legal expertise necessary to navigate those complicated and overwhelming problems.



You Can Help! 

Sign up to be matched with one of Connecticut’s civil legal services providers, based on your expressed pro bono interests. 

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Donate Now!

If you can’t take on a pro bono matter right now, consider making a donation to one (or all) of Connecticut’s legal services providers

Your support will go a long way towards ensuring access to justice for Connecticut’s most vulnerable residents.

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All revenue generated from the CBA Pro Bono Connect trainings will go to the Connecticut Bar Foundation, to provide financial support for Connecticut’s legal aid programs.

Get Training

If you take the optional Pro Bono Pledge, you will receive access to relevant CLE trainings and educational materials, free of charge, through the CBA Education Portal.

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Of course, we would love it if you agreed to pay for the training, as all of the revenue from these trainings will benefit Connecticut’s legal services providers. 

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The CBA does not provide any insurance coverage, including but not limited to malpractice and liability insurance.  However, Connecticut’s legal services providers may offer malpractice insurance with a pro bono referral