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The Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Pro Bono Program is the nation’s largest pro bono network for animal protection. Working to expand the practice and understanding of animal law in the legal community, the Pro Bono Program partners with attorneys and pro bono coordinators across the country. This application is your first step toward getting involved with our Pro Bono Program.

Complete the membership application below and you’ll be directed to a payment form where you can submit your $30 membership dues.

As an attorney member, you’ll receive these membership benefits:

  • Animal Legal Defense Fund’s newsletter: The Animals’ Advocate
  • One issue of Animal Law Review (U.S. only)
  • Email updates on cases, news, events, and education and employment opportunities

Pro Bono Program Attorney Membership Application

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