ProBono de la A a la Z

La Fundación ProBono Colombia ha creado un espacio para la profundización académica sobre la responsabilidad social de los abogados y el acceso a la justicia.

En esta sección podrá encontrar artículos académicos sobre experiencias internacionales y nacionales en la implementación de iniciativas pro bono, así como documentos relevantes sobre el acceso a la justicia.

Academia
  1. Ensayo Preliminar. “Abogados y Sociedad”, Daniel Bonilla Maldonado.
  2. Introducción. “Los Mandarines del Derecho”, Daniel Bonilla Maldonado.  Siglo del Hombre Editores – Ediciones Uniandes, 2017.
  3. Artículo. Consultorios jurídicos, educación para la democracia.
  4. Essay. “Globalizing Public Interest Law”, Scott L. Cummings
    Louise G. Trubek. UCLA School of Law. In 13. UCLA Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs. Los Angeles –  United States of America. 2009.
  5. Article. “New York State Bar’s new pro bono requirement: is it worth the uproar?”, Walker, Lauren Gessner. Journal of the Legal Profession. Spring2014, Vol. 38 Issue 2. New York – United States of America. 2014.
  6. Article. “Making the Client’s Peace: ‘Privatizing’ Peace? Global Law Firms Offering Pro Bono Services in Post-Conflict Settings”, Daase, Cindy. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies. Summer 2014, Vol. 21 Issue 2. Indiana  -United States of America. 2014.
  7. Article. “Reconsidering pro bono: a comparative analysis of protocols in Australia, the United States, the United Kingdom and Singapore”, Maguire, Rowena –  Shearer, Gail – Field, Rachael. University of New South Wales Law Journal. 2014, Vol. 37 Issue 3. Sidney – Australia. 2014.
  8. Essay. “Cultures of Commitment: Pro Bono for Lawyers and Law Students”, Deborah L. Rhode. Fordham Law Review. Volume 67. Issue 5. New York – United States of America. 1999.
  9. Article. “Lippman’s Law: Debating the fifty-hour pro bono requirement for bar admission”, Hansford, Justin. Fordham Urban Law Journal. Vol. 41 Issue 4. New York – United States of America. 2014.
  10. Article. “Recent developments in the provision of pro bono legal services by attorneys in South Africa”, Holness, D. Potchefstroom Electronic Law Journal. 2013, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p129-164. 36p. South Africa. 2013.
  11. Article. “Beyond the Numbers: What We Know–and Should Know–About American Pro Bono”, Cummings, Scott L. – Sandefur, Rebecca L. Harvard Law & Policy Review. 2013, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p83-111. 29p. Cambridge –  United States of America. 2013
  12. Investigación. “Responsabilidad Social Empresarial y su Importancia”, Cujar, David.
  13. Book. “The paradox of professionalism: Lawyers and the possibility of justice.”, Cummings, Scott L.
  14. Book. “The trouble with lawyers”, Rhode, Deborah L.
  15. Book. “The politics of Pro Bono”, Cummings, Scott L.
  16. Book. “Ethics in practice: lawyer’s roles, responsibilities and regulation”, Rhode, Deborah L.
  17. Book. “Pro Bono in principle and in practice”, Rhode, Deborah L.
  18. Book. “Legal ethics (university casebook series) 6th edition”, Rhode, Deborah L. – Cummings, Scott L. – Luban, David.
  19. Book. “Professional responsibility: ethics by the persuasive method”, Rhode, Deborah L.
  20. Book. “The Legal Profession: Responsibility and Regulation”, Rhode, Deborah L. – Hazard, Geoffrey C.
  21. Book. “In the interests of justice: Reforming the legal profession”, Rhode, Deborah L.
  22. Book. “Access to justice”, Rhode, Deborah L.
  23. Book. “Private lawyers and the public interest: The evolving role of Pro Bono in the legal profession”, Granfield, Robert – Mather, Lynn.
  24. Book. “Vault guide to law firms pro bono programs”, Djordjevich, Vera.
  25. Book. “Standards for Programs Providing Civil Pro Bono Legal Services to Persons of Limited Means”, American Bar Association.
  26. Book. “Making Pro Bono a Priority: A Bar Leader’s Handbook”, American Bar Association.
  27. Book. “Lawyers and Justice: An ethical study”, Luban, David.
  28. Pro bono in the post conflict scenario – the Colombian experience , Anamaria Sánchez 2018.
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  1. Vance Center.
  2. Universidad del Rosario.
  3. Red ProBono de las Américas.