Select the country below to learn about the culture and provision of pro bono legal services in that jurisdiction.
The Argentine legal system has long provided a mechanism for pro bono legal services.
Although pro bono has not traditionally formed part of the legal culture in Bolivia, law firms have become increasingly interested in pro bono work.
There is a growing awareness and willingness in Brazil to provide pro bono legal services in a systematic and organized manner.
The Chilean bar is a Latin American leader in providing pro bono legal services.
Today, many leading law firms in Colombia engage in organized pro bono activities.
The Ecuadorian government has recently made great strides in facilitating legal assistance for persons without financial resources.
Pro bono culture is expanding across local law firms and universities throughout Paraguay.
In recent years, pro bono practices have improved and are more widely understood in Peru.
Several leading lawyers and firms in Uruguay are increasingly committed to providing pro bono services.
In Venezuela, the biggest obstacle to growth of pro bono activity is ignorance regarding what is and what can be done pro bono.