Pro Bono Pledge

The CCCBA’s Pro Bono Pledge seeks to mobilize lawyers’ time and money to decrease the barriers that block access to the justice system for so many. By each of us giving a relatively small amount of our time and/or income, we can make a significant contribution to our community and make a difference in peoples’ lives.

woman taking a pledge
The CCCBA invites you to commit to giving back to our community by pledging to do one or more of the following in the next year:

    • Provide legal representation or assistance without fee or expectation of a fee to person(s) of limited means or an organization serving the needs of persons of limited means, such as charitable, religious, civic, community, governmental or educational organizations
    • Contribute financially to organizations that support or provide legal services for persons of limited means
    • Volunteer your time in connection with a community service activity that has the substantial purpose of serving underrepresented and/or underprivileged members of your community
    • Volunteer your time to improve the circumstances of others and improve the lives of members of your community

Take the Pro Bono Pledge today!

Check out Pro Bono opportunities in Contra Costa and the wider Bay Area here

Interested in volunteering for the CC Superior Court? See how to get involved

Members Who Have Taken the Pro Bono Pledge

Marjorie WallaceLaw Firm of Marjorie A Wallace
Samantha SepehrSchofield Law Group
David MarchianoBrown, Gee, and Wenger
Lisa RobertsMcNamara, Ambacher, Wheeler, Hirsig & Gray LLP
Vanessa CandelariaCandelaria PC
Kathleen HuntUnique Law
Alice ChengCandelaria PC
Natasha CheeLaw Offices of Natasha S. Chee
Corrine BielejeskiEast Bay Bankruptcy and Financial Planning
Linda SliderLaw Office of Linda C. Slider
Mister PhillipsLaw Office of Mister Phillips
Robert BramsonBramson, Plutzik, Mahler & Birkhaeuser, LLP
Jonathan LeeUS Attorney’s Office
Beth MoraMora Employment Law
Layli CabornOriole Law Group
Craig NevinLaw Office of Craig Nevin