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We are excited to meet in person once again! Not only will this be the first major in-person PILnet event since the pandemic, but we will also be celebrating two milestones: the 25th anniversary of PILnet’s founding and the 15th year of its ForumBut most importantly, we will come together to rebuild our networks, to grow and strengthen our field, and to advance and promote the role of pro bono not only in times of crisis but also in support of ongoing efforts to create just, equitable, and sustainable societies for our future. 

October 17-19th in Dublin*

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2022 Event

At this year’s forum, hundreds of lawyers and advocates from around the world will convene to develop strategies for using the law to address challenges facing society, both locally and globally on topics such as, access to justice for refugees, role of technology in pro bono, future of environmental, social, and governance (ESG), pro bono for children’s rights, and climate action.

Venues

Keynote Speaker: Maeve O’Rourke, Lecturer in Human Rights at the Irish Centre for Human Rights (ICHR), School of Law, NUI Galway

The agenda can be found here. Information about attending and registering for the Forum, traveling and staying in Dublin, and other questions can be found here.

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Sponsorship Packages

Become a sponsor of this special anniversary PILnet Forum. For more information, please contact Sarah Gibbs ([email protected])

Why the Forum?

The PILnet Global Forum highlighted that the need for pro bono is rising and so is the need for new, innovative ways to deliver these services to enhance access to justice globally.

Rachel Ampaire Mishambi, Programme Manager, The Hague Institute for the Innovation of Law

PILnet strengthens all links to create opportunities for social change by using a golden key: Law.

Gregory Vijayendran, President, Law Society of Singapore

I’ve attended the PILnet Forum for many years and each year I come away with a new insight and connection. It is a unique space bringing together a global community with the common aim of improving access to justice through the power of pro bono.

Eithne Lynch, Head of Pro Bono at A&L Goodbody, Dublin