24 SEP 2021

15.30 – 18.30


Doing Pro Bono the International Development Way

This interactive virtual workshop will use practical case studies to introduce participants to tools for the planning, delivery and monitoring of legal pro bono assistance in a development context. These tools, widely used in the development sector, include political-economy analysis, the COM-B model of behaviour change analysis, and developing a theory of change. Together the tools ensure legal and judicial specialists are able to analyse the factors contributing to visible justice problems and articulate the logic and rationale behind their selected activities. The virtual workshop is designed to give an insight to how legal and judicial specialists can practically use their expertise to contribute to the sustainable development agenda. This workshop will be limited to 50 participants.

*This session will not be live-streamed.

Secure your place now
The workshop will be limited to just 50 participants, and places will be allocated on a first response basis, so we encourage you to register your interest as soon as possible.

To secure your place, please email [email protected] by the 23 September with:

• Your name & Organisation
• A summary (maximum 100 words) of why you would like to join the workshop.


Hannah Bowley | ROLE UK

Ines Maximiano | ROLE UK