Exponentum™ is dedicated to improving the quality of life in low-income and disadvantaged communities by expanding the availability and quality of pro bono business legal services for nonprofits that serve those communities.

Exponentum partners with law firms and corporations to implement national responses to challenges faced by the nonprofit sector by delivering expert legal assistance and educational programs to nonprofits. Exponentum is a collaboration of pro bono providers that serve geographic regions throughout the United States and share a goal of making nonprofits more effective in serving their communities.

Exponentum members, listed below, operate in 15 different locations around the U.S.:

Bay Area Legal Services, Inc.
Community Law Project of Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights
D.C. Bar Pro Bono Center
Lawyers Alliance for New York
Lawyers Clearinghouse
Michigan Community Resources
Philadelphia VIP
Pro Bono Partnership
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio
Public Counsel
San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program
Texas C-Bar
The Justice & Diversity Center (JDC) of the Bar Association of San Francisco
Wayfind

For more information, visit www.expontentum.org.

National Pro Bono Projects

Exponentum helps national nonprofits, nonprofit umbrella groups, and their members to meet their business and transactional legal needs through special projects that bring pro bono legal services provided leading law firms and corporations through direct representation, national hotlines, and other services. More information about Exponentum’s national pro bono projects can be found here: www.exponentum.org.

Educational Materials

Exponentum presents national educational programs for nonprofits. Through the Pfizer Strategic Legal Thinking Seminar series and other webinars, Exponentum partners with leading law firms and corporate legal departments to provide the legal information that nonprofit managers all over the U.S. need to be effective. More information about Exponentum’s educational programs can be found here: www.exponentum.org.