OUR CLIENTS AND VOLUNTEERS

Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio recruits attorneys to donate their time and expertise on behalf of its nonprofit clients, enhancing their ability to make a positive impact in our community.

PBPO’s nonprofit clients then have access to high-quality legal services and can focus their limited resources on their missions: feeding the hungry, helping the homeless, caring for children, nursing the sick, enabling the disabled, and helping those in need to help themselves.

Our Volunteers

Our attorney volunteers are super heroes disguised in suits and business casual attire. They come from large and small in-house legal departments and law firms all around Cincinnati and Dayton. Despite their busy schedules, 500+ attorneys have volunteered with Pro Bono Partnership since 2015. Click here to learn more about our corporate attorney volunteers.​ 

Our Clients

These videos tell the stories of PBPO client and volunteer partnerships -- and our focus on transactional legal work and how the skills of in-house and law firm counsel contribute to the efforts of non-profits that both strengthen communities and serve the underserved. Click here to learn more about the clients we serve.

PRO BONO PARTNERSHIP OF OHIO

Cincinnati

255 E. Fifth St., Suite 1900

Cincinnati, OH 45202

​(513) 977.0304 - general number

Dayton

312 N. Patterson Blvd #200
Dayton, Ohio 45402

​(513) 977.0304 - general number

Email

info@pbpohio.org

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