This handbook is produced by the Department for International Development’s (DFID) Legal
Assistance for Economic Reform (LASER) programme. It is designed to be of use to both those engaging legal pro bono providers; referred to in this note as clients, and legal experts providing pro bono; referred to as legal experts.
The handbook is divided into 2 main sections, one targeted at clients, and the other at legal experts. However, much of the information in both sections is relevant for clients and legal experts in terms of better understanding each other’s roles and responsibilities,
developing more effective relationships, and maximising the value of pro bono assistance provided.
Legal Assistance for Economic Reform (LASER) programme. Making the most of international pro bono assistance: A handbook for legal pro bono providers and their developing country clients (2015) 43pp
Published 1 November 2015