This is the last of a series of posts detailing upcoming 2014 PBI Annual Conference sessions focused on global pro bono practice. Having previously focused on international elements of the Pro Bono Expo Lunch and the new “Marketplace of Ideas: Global” session, we now turn to a recurring global pro bono favorite, the “Global Pro Bono: Best Practices” session. This session is back by popular demand following successful iterations of this particular global session in 2012 and 2011 as well as a history of global pro bono-oriented sessions dating back to the inception of the Annual Conference.
This session takes place on Thursday, March 6, at 4:00 p.m., and will explore the practical nuts and bolts of turning a global pro bono concept into a reality. Emphasis will be placed on the methodology of vetting and securing global pro bono projects. If you have an idea for a new global pro bono project but are uncertain as to how to move forward, you won’t want to miss it!