The Pro Bono Collaborative
Highlights and Milestones
RWU Law held the
Racial Justice Colloquium
supported by the Rhode
RWU Law published “Addressing Unmet Legal
Need in Rhode Island: Barriers and Incentives to
Pro Bono Participation.”
The PBC launched when
RWU Law hired a Director
to pilot the PBC with 3
PBC presentation made at ABA Equal
Justice Conference in Denver.
PBC Director invited to
present at the Pro Bono
“Don’t Do It Alone: A Community-based
Collaborative Approach to Pro Bono,” about
the PBC, was published in the
Journal of Legal Ethics
The PBC was selected to be
highlighted on the International Bar
Association’s pro bono website as a
best practices model.
2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
The Rhode Island Foundation awarded RWU Law a
grant to pilot the PBC.
PBC Advisory Board created.
Mark Mandell gave a transformative
$250,000 grant to help sustain the PBC.