Meet Our Clearinghouse Partners
The ELI Pro Bono Clearinghouse works closely with partner organizations that are dedicated to helping environmental justice communities find the experts they need.
Pro Bono Practitioners
FOR ATTORNEYS: We help you find new pro bono opportunities to tackle environmental challenges. Whether it’s helping a local community form a new organization to deal with environmental problems, arguing in front of the local zoning board, or filing impact litigation, this Clearinghouse offers numerous ways to engage in subject-matter relevant environmental pro bono work to support communities in need.
List of Law Clinics
ELI works with environmental law clinics around the globe. Below please find a list of U.S.-based law clinics, including tribal law clinics, and international law clinics.
Communities and Organizations
The Clearinghouse provides a simple way for you to share environmental matters for which you need pro bono legal support and helps to connect you with attorneys who can provide those legal services. We do not post criminal or non-viable matters.
If you need general legal assistance, please fill out this form.
Please direct any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
FOR ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CLINICS: We post the matters you have already vetted but cannot take on due to limited resources or because they are outside your scope of work or, alternatively, we help you find pro bono lawyers who can expand your team’s capacity to work on pro bono matters. When you have matters, please submit them to us for posting. Your matters will then be publicized to our members who will contact you or the party directly with their interest and availability to take on those matters.
Pro Bono Clearinghouse FAQ
What is the ELI Pro Bono Clearinghouse?
The Clearinghouse is an easy way for communities that need pro bono support for their environmental legal issues to connect with attorneys and experts willing and able to help them. The major goal of the ELI Pro Bono Clearinghouse is to address our nation’s vast “legal deserts” where communities do not have ready access to the legal support they need.
What role does ELI itself play?