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People who join our society are excited to socialize, meet new people, eager to attend informative events to help further their careers and support their communities!

**Current City, University of London students please buy STANDARD membership. Associate membership is for other university students and alumni. Thank you**

 

WHO ARE WE?

In no way is the Pro Bono Society a 'law-only' society; last year's members came from 15 different departments at City! Don't miss out on the best times, join a community that values each and every member, regardless of discipline. We're all about providing unrivalled opportunity and excitement!

 

WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN OUR SOCIETY?

As well as leading the way socially, we provide you with a host of professional opportunities, from connecting you to pro bono work within City University to volunteering in organizations externally. We host workshops, seminars, and conferences and keep you up to date with our Facebook and instagram page providing a wide range of ways to help you get involved, get experience and get employed.

 

WHAT TO EXPECT!

We're all about giving back. That includes to the community, to individuals and to you as members. We've teamed up with some big organizations and enjoy a significant budget to spend on our social and professional events. We are working hard to plan exciting social events for our members and preparing professional virtual events. Our aim is to host exciting social events and the best professional events to help you become more employable and make your legal-career that much more attainable.

 

To see all of our planned upcoming events for the year visit our...

Instagram @cityprobono

Facebook Page www.facebook.com/cityprobono

 

UPCOMING EVENTS!

Stay tuned for our upcoming events!

 

VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES!

Volunteering with Citizens Advice

Volunteering opportunities with local Citizens Advice include giving information and advice to clients, fundraising, admin, media, trusteeship and more. Our volunteers come from all sorts of backgrounds and help with everything we do: fundraising, IT, administration, research and campaigning, trusteeship - and, of course, giving advice. Volunteering opportunities and role titles differ across local offices.

APPLY HERE: https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/about-us/support-us/volunteering/

 

Volunteering with Toynbee Hall

Toynbee Hall was founded on the principles of volunteering, and we have been proudly placing volunteers at the heart of our work for over 130 years. All of our frontline services rely on volunteers – we really could not provide access to support and advice services without them.

APPLY HERE: https://www.toynbeehall.org.uk/get-involved/volunteer/

 

Volunteering with Support Through Court 

Our charity’s incredible service is only possible because of the time, dedication and varied experience of life that volunteers bring to bear when helping our clients. Attending court alone is daunting. Those we support are usually unable to access any formal legal help, yet need to be able to present their own case clearly and without emotion – often facing professional barristers in court. At a time of great stress, this can seem an insurmountable task. Our volunteers provide both reassurance and guidance, so that our clients have the very best chance of engaging with the courts in a dignified away.

APPLY HERE: https://www.supportthroughcourt.org/get-involved/court-volunteering/court-volunteer-application/

 

Work with National Centre for Domestic Violence

The National Centre for Domestic Violence helps survivors of domestic abuse and violence by obtaining emergency civil injunctions for them. We provide a free, fast emergency service to those in need regardless of their financial circumstances, sexual orientation or religious beliefs.

APPLY HERE: https://www.ncdv.org.uk/join-us/ 

 

Volunteering with IPSEA

Independent Provider of Special Education Advice (known as IPSEA) is a registered charity (number 327691) operating in England. IPSEA offers free and independent legally based information, advice and support to help get the right education for children and young people with all kinds of special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). We also provide training on the SEND legal framework to parents and carers, professionals and other organisations.

APPLY HERE: https://www.ipsea.org.uk/ways-to-volunteer

 

Volunteering with FRU

The Free Representation Unit (FRU) is a charity that provides legal advice, case preparation and advocacy in employment, social security, and some criminal injury compensation tribunal cases. Our clients could not otherwise obtain legal support for want of personal means and public funding. To provide our service we train volunteer law students and legal professionals in the early stages of their career in the skills required to give confident and competent support for the rights of others. Our volunteers give their time for free, so whilst we try our best to cover as many cases as possible, we cannot always guarantee representation. You can find out about how to become a representative by visiting the Volunteers section of this website.  

APPLY HERE: http://www.thefru.org.uk/volunteers/attending-the-training-days

 

 

Volunteering with Just For Kids Law

Just for Kids Law is a UK charity that works with and for children and young people to hold those with power to account and fight for wider reform by providing legal representation and advice, direct advocacy and support, and campaigning to ensure children and young people in the UK have their legal rights and entitlements respected and promoted, and their voices heard and valued.

https://justforkidslaw.org/get-involved/volunteer

EMAIL FOR MORE INFO: info@justforkidslaw.org 

 

Volunteering with Consonant

We enable people of diverse origins to make the UK their home. Our approach involves people from the very beginning in the design of the services they use.

Working along-side migrants, refugees and long-settled British communities, we ensure people have a voice in the issues that affect them. This means they can transform their communities and society to work for all who live here.

APPLY HERE: https://consonant.org.uk/get-involved/

 

MEET THE COMMITTEE!

PRESIDENT:                    FINANCE OFFICER:         COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER:

Sarah Sahi                       Joshua Clayfield              Ahmed Khawaja

                        

 

MEET THE SUB COMMITTEE!

VICE-PRESIDENT:           TREASURER:                  FUNDRAISING OFFICER:

Melissa Dubé                   Fardin Khan                     Nicole Batup

                        

 

SOCIAL MEDIA OFFICER:       SOCIAL EVENTS OFFICER:

Julie Manseck                           Emma Szlachetko

                      

 

SOCIAL EVENTS TEAM:

Yasmin Husseini              Alice Dyer                        Fatima Raja

                         

 

MEET THE LLB REPRESENTATIVES!

3RD YEAR LLB REPRESENTATIVES:

Oriola Biba                        Yahya Din                        Melvin Gyan 

                         

 

1ST YEAR LLB REPRESENTATIVES:

Habon Abdi                      Helen Macovei                 Kiyenaat Sheikh                     

                        

Qamar Shahrour

 

The Pro Bono Society,
"More than a society"

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**Current City, University of London students please buy STANDARD membership. Associate membership is for other university students and alumni. Thank you**

 

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