Pro-bono Opportunities

KABANC holds quarterly pro-bono clinics in San Francisco City, San Jose, and Oakland.  We provide interpreters for our clinic clients for those who may need language support.  Please contact Pia Kim at or Stephan Choo at if you are interested in volunteering for the pro-bono clinic.  

KABANC also encourages its members to volunteer at local legal outreach programs and clinics. Many Asian Americans, including Korean Americans, in the Bay Area cannot afford legal services. This is where you can make a difference!

to law students: if you are interested in providing legal assistance to the Asian American community, you may wish to consider volunteering your time at Asian Pacific Island Legal Outreach in Oakland. It's a terrific way to work with clients and witness the power of the law to assist others. 

  • Interested in applying your textbook knowledge of the law to real-world cases?
  • Interested in expanding your substantive knowledge of the law?
  • Interested in helping the low-income API community?

To find out more about opportunities to volunteer at API Legal Outreach, visit the API Legal Outreach website:

Or contact the San Francisco or Oakland offices directly:

San Francisco Office
1188 Franklin Street, Suite 202
San Francisco, CA 94109
tel 415.567.6255
fax 415.567.6248

Oakland Office
1212 Broadway Street, Suite 500
Oakland, CA 94612
tel 510.251.2846

Legal clinics are scheduled for the 3rd Wednesday of every month. More clinics may be added depending on need. Please call/email to confirm clinic schedule.

Sponsored by Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach and the Asian American Bar Association.



KABA encourages its members to volunteer at the Asian Law Caucus (ALC)! Many Asian Americans, including Korean Americans, in the Bay Area cannot afford legal services. This is where YOU can make a difference. The ALC pro bono clinic serves lower-income Asian Americans and is sponsored by the Asian American Bar Association (AABA). There are a variety of opportunities and practice areas in which you can volunteer at the ALC, including employment projects, immigrants?rights, housing rights, and juvenile justice.

Visit the Asian Law Caucus website for more information on how to volunteer!


Legal Services for Children, Inc. Pro Bono Guardianship Panel 

Special Need for Attorneys to Represent Children of Color and Children with Immigrant Backgrounds.
Legal Services for Children, founded in 1975, is a non-profit law office offering free legal and social services for children and youth in the Bay Area. Our staff is made up of attorneys and social workers who provide advice, information and referral, crisis intervention, and legal representation with regard to: dependencies, emancipations, guardianships, special education, school discipline, delinquency, immigration, sexual and physical abuse, homelessness, public benefits, and HIV related problems.
For more information on how to volunteer, visit the Legal Services for Children website