iProbono's team in Pakistan has written about various traditional and cultural practices of Child Marriage prevailing in the country.
iProbono has reconstituted its Appellate Panel for a two year term focusing on criminal law matters related to child sexual abuse.
Swati Jain recounts iProbono's latest workshops on Estate Planning which aims at securing the financial rights of vulnerable beneficiaries.
iProbono’s Sri Lanka Country Director Aritha Wickramasinghe led a workshop to promote pro bono culture in Sri Lanka
Johanna Lokhande writes about the first ever 'Pro Bono Week' hosted by iProbono with NLUD to promote pro bono culture among future lawyers.
Shohini Banerjee writes about various legal and constitutional provisions protecting rights of women at the work place in India.
We are running a series of workshops aimed at increasing awareness around the rights of vulnerable beneficiaries.
iProbono recently launched its Identity Rights Program. The team organized a legal awareness camp in this initiative at Nizamuddin West Basti, Delhi.
iProbono recently hosted a round table to understand and discuss the challenges faced by LGBT persons and organisations.
iProbono's team in Sri Lanka helps make submissions in favour of LGBT equality.
Swathi Sukumar speaks to Careers360 magazine about the need for a committed judiciary.
iProbono's Sri Lanka Country Rep, Aritha Wickramasinghe on LGBT power list.
iProbono wins two awards at the Financial Times Innovative Lawyers Awards.
iProbono has framed guidelines on how a child should be questioned in court.
These young lawyer collectives are giving back to society by choosing to represent those with little or no legal recourse.
iProbono successfully represented Yasmin*, a 16-year old survivor of incest and child abuse, before the Delhi High Court.
A hopeful future for Amal* and her family - an update nine months after the case concluded.
Jhaman Singh, an adivasi sarpanch of a village in Jharkhand, was falsely implicated on various charges.
iProbono facilitates the merger of children's charities, ABC Trust and Childreach International
A writ petition in the Delhi High Court filed by iProbono and its team has challenged the Delhi's government victim compensation scheme
"Strengthening the Social Sector" roundtable dicussion with NGOs social enterprises and lawyers in Bangladesh
Discussion on the legal needs of the social sector in Bangladesh
The Delhi High Court issued a notice and sought the response of the Delhi government on a plea challenging the provisions of the Delhi Victims
iProbono filed a petition before the Delhi High Court seeking enhancement of compensation for a minor victim of sexual assault...
Lawyers’ global network holds preliminary roundtable meeting at Jinnah Institute Islamabad; ready to launch its network in Pakistan
Lawyers, legal aid organisations and NGOs in Bangladesh discuss the challenges and scope for institutionalising pro bono services.
iProbono and The British Council host an event on supporting social enterprises in Sri Lanka
iProbono cited as one of the 100 innovations that made the world a better place in 2014
iProbono is one of the 19 "tech for good" initiatives based in London
Amal's case as an encouraging example of how effective strategic litigation can enforce children's rights
Hope for Amal: An update from our Executive Director and information on donating
In a triumph for victims of child abuse, the Delhi High Court on Monday overruled a judgment of the Dwarka District Court
Rapist convicted by Delhi HC. Revisited lower court proceedings in examing child witnesses.
Pro bono assistance from lawyers help overturn acquittal verdict of man accused of raping a 3 year old.
Discussing ways to increase youth participation in establishing good governance.
HP and CII join iProbono in gathering NGOs and Lawyers to discuss the future of pro bono initiatives in India
4 things that the Law Commission must fix in Indian freedom of speech laws: Amnesty, iProbono
Activists, scribes get online help to fight strategic suits
iProbono starts anti-SLAPP league of extraordinary advocates to defend freedom of speech
iProbono sets up network to defend public participation
Online lawyers network iProbono wins Prime Minister's Big Society Award...
Online pro bono network iProbono has won a Big Society Award after matching nearly 500 pro bono projects with lawyers.
Pro bono work is turning popular among top lawyers in India...
Corporate Social Responsibility has entered India's legal corridors. Top law firms and lawyers are doing pro bono so that they can give back to society.
Executive Director of iProbono, Shireen Irani was invited to lunch with the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace...
Swathi Sukumar discusses the benefits of pro bono for both organisations in need and lawyers who wish to provide assistance...
Shireen Irani tells the Hindu about the progress in iProbono's push for volunteering in India...
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iProbono founder Shireen Irani recently met Aung San Suu Kyi to discuss future iProbono projects
iProbono: Where Lawyers Can Offer Free Legal Assistance to NGOs
Shireen Irani and Swathi Sukumar talk to The Better India about iProbono...
Shireen Irani, Founder of iProbono meets Mary Kom
Shireen Irani and other next generation leaders talk about innovative thinking and taking risks at the Women of the Future Summit
The Observer joins forces with Nesta to find examples of inspirational Briton,s improving the lives of people and communities
iProbono recognised as the CSR Initiative/Programme of the Year...
iProbono at the American Bar Association Fall meeting in Dublin, Ireland
How to begin doing good in a law firm: 11 Indian firms ponder ‘long overdue’ pro bono start with new UK tech NGO
Eleven of India’s leading law firms to discuss how to develop a pro bono culture...
Shireen Irani wins Young Achiever award for her work on iProbono...
iProbono at the Asian Women of Achievement Awards...