The ABA Center for Pro Bono in 2002 completed a survey of the impact of family law cases on pro bono programs. The Center compiled the survey results and recommendations on how programs can bridge the gap between supply and demand for family law pro bono, in a report titled "The Impact of Family Law Cases on Pro Bono Programs".
The survey results point to some commonly recognized problems in managing and placing family law cases with pro bono attorneys. The report looks at ways that programs are addressing the supply and demand gap and recommendations for increasing capacity to handle pro bono family law cases.
For more information on Family Law pro bono resources, please email the Center for Pro Bono.