Broward Lawyers Care (BLC) is the pro bono project within Legal Aid Service of Broward County (LAS) and is the recognized pro bono program in Broward County, Florida. Broward Lawyers Care (BLC) was formed in 1983 as a joint effort between LAS and of the Broward County Bar Association. The Mission United Veterans Pro Bono Project was created in 2012 in collaboration with the United Way of Broward County. Our pro bono programs enable busy attorneys to make a difference in their community through pro bono work.
Impact people’s lives positively alongside
a reputable and beloved organization
BLC provides attorneys with assistance and
Attorneys joining BLC, can access CLE seminars,
trainings, and clinics
In partnership with the United Way of Broward County’s Mission United initiative, our Veterans Pro Bono Project provides access to civil justice for military veterans. We match veterans with pro bono attorneys who practice in the specific area of legal need. Take a pro bono case to help a veteran today!
Participate in our Advice and Counsel Hotline offering free legal advice and counsel to low‐income residents of
Broward County. Volunteer pro bono attorneys provide advice remotely on a given weekly 3‐hour time slot. Areas of law serviced are mainly private landlord‐tenant disputes, consumer issues, and family law matters.
“We know that there are never going to be enough lawyers, and we do not have enough money to serve everyone with a legal issue. However, I am working hard to be one of the agents of rapid, effective, and high impact change. I have gained many personal benefits from doing pro bono work, but most importantly, doing this work reminds me why I chose to be a lawyer in the first place. The personal reward gained from donating my time and money far outweighs any amount I could ever give.”
Juliette E. Lippman, Esq.
Past President, Florida Bar Foundation
Partner, Birnbaum, Lippman & Gregoire , PLLC