How does the App work?

  • Please read the 'About Pro Bono' page reached by clicking the pro bono logo on Home screen or 'About Pro Bono' link in the 'Menu' bar. Familiarize yourself with terms and conditions and frequently asked questions (FAQs). You may contact the Department of Justice at any time through 'Feedback' link available on 'Menu' bar.
  • Register your 'Basic' and 'Pro Bono' profile by clicking on logo on Menu (top left corner).
  • After your profile has been approved by Department, you may be assigned a case by an applicant based on your court(s) and area(s) of practice. These details will be available under 'Pending Acceptance' head on 'Advocate Cases' page. After preliminary scrutiny, you may accept or reject (with reasons) the case.
  • Once you accept a case, the details will reflect under 'Ongoing Cases' on 'Advocate Cases' page. Here you can exchange regular updates with the applicant.
  • Once you are duly satisfied, you may mark a case as completed, indicating the nature of final order made by the court.
  • Please read the 'About Pro Bono' page reached by clicking the pro bono logo on Home screen or 'About Pro Bono' link in the 'Menu' bar. Familiarize yourself with terms and conditions and frequently asked questions (FAQs). You may contact the Department of Justice at any time through 'Feedback' link available on 'Menu' bar.
  • Register your 'Basic' and 'Pro Bono' profile by clicking on logo on Menu (top left corner).
  • Once your profile has been approved by Department, please add details of your case, by clicking on pro bono logo on Home screen and then clicking 'Add Case' link on top right corner of 'Applicant Cases' page.
  • You will now, either be directed to 'Assign Advocate' page with list of advocates reflected based on a search accustomed to your case details OR in some cases, notified that an advocate will be assigned to your case by the Department.
  • Once your case has been accepted by an advocate your case details will reflect under 'Ongoing Cases' on 'Applicant Cases' page. Here you can exchange regular updates with your advocate.
  • Your advocate may, when he is duly satisfied, mark your case as completed, once a final order has been made by the court.

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