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If you’re a paralegal ready to join the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s Pro Bono Program, complete the Paralegal Application below and you’ll be directed to a payment form to pay your $15 membership fee.

Our Pro Bono Program is the nation’s largest pro bono network for animal protection and utilizes volunteers to support our litigation, criminal justice, and legislative goals.

As a paralegal 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)
• E-mail updates on cases, news, and events
• E-mail updates on volunteer, education, and employment opportunities


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