We connect volunteer attorneys with Cincinnati and Dayton area nonprofits in need of free business legal services. Through our volunteer network, our nonprofit clients are stronger and better able to serve the underserved and disadvantaged.

Connecting Attorneys with Cincinnati & Dayton Nonprofits


If you are a 501(c)(3) in Ohio that serves low-income or disadvantaged individuals or otherwise enhances the quality of life in our neighborhoods, you may qualify for our free legal services.


We make it easy for in-house and corporate attorneys to volunteer for discrete and manageable non-litigation matters. Use your skills to make a real impact on local social service agencies and the people they serve.

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New PBPO Staff: Welcome to Marcie Hunnicutt and Anne Luecke

We are thrilled to welcome two new members to our staff!

Marcie Hunnicutt is PBPO’s new Dayton Director & Counsel. She will lead PBPO's Dayton office and focus on engaging and supervising attorney volunteers and providing legal assistance to our nonprofit clients.


Anne Luecke, PBPO’s new Development Coordinator, has spent the past 20 years working with nonprofits to strengthen communities and improve the lives of our friends and neighbors. Read more about Marcie and Anne here.

Don is now happily retired, but spent his entire 40+ year career in private practice at the Vorys law firm, with a focus on commercial real estate development. Don was the recipient of PBPO’s Excellence in Nonprofit Service award last year for his long-term dedication and involvement in helping to negotiate a significant real estate development in Madisonville. Don is also a member of PBPO’s Seasoned Counselor group. Read more about Don here.

Founded in 1975, MCURC supports the neighborhood of Madisonville by encouraging economic development, engaging the community through events, supporting housing development and rehabilitation, and health and wellness initiatives.

In December 2018, developers and city officials broke ground on a mixed-use real estate development project in the heart of Madisonville. Ten years in the making, involved multiple community and corporate partners, a complex financial package, and a complicated real estate development agreement. PBPO attorney volunteer, Don Shuller, was instrumental in guiding MCURC’s executive director through the various stages of the development agreement negotiations. Read more about MCURC here.

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Cincinnati, OH 45202

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Dayton, Ohio 45402

​(513) 977.0304 - general number



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