About Engaged Partners

We work with our Engaged Partners to have a deep impact on access to justice through the delivery of clinics and specialist pro bono programs. These firms will have opportunities to participate in key discussions and initiatives to tackle social justice and human rights issues to help shape the future of pro bono. Our Engaged Partners will also be involved in development of pilots and projects, networking events and have access to specialist training and our Premium Gateway.

Engaged Partner membership includes:

Generalist pro bono programs

  • Not-for-profit Law advice and info resources

  • Access Program

Clinics and specialist programs

All programs (excluding Homeless Law)

  • Courts clinics and referrals: Self-Representation Services and Domestic Building Legal Service

  • Specialist referrals: Local Aboriginal Land Councils and Seniors Law

  • Online Free Legal Answers Clinic (post-pilot)


  • Triage and intake

  • Clinic induction

  • Training and intensive support

  • Ongoing casework assistance


  • Networking

  • Round tables



Gateway access

Premium Gateway

Pilot and project opportunities


Access to annual digital program


Advocacy partnership opportunities


Become an Engaged Partner

If you would like further information about becoming a Justice Connect Engaged Partner, please contact us.

Contact us about becoming an Engaged Partner